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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 24, 1902)
we want to have You i loney
So while you are looking around the town doing your shopping you
don't want to overlook the PEOPLES' STORE as we have the largest and X
most complete line of fall goods that has ever been shown in the town.
LcldiCS; We have all the latest weaves aud colorings in tailor suitings,
Long Coats, 3 length, Jackets and Capes. Our stock can't be
beat for style, quality and prices. Our walking skirts are the
most complete line intowu ranging in prices from $1.50 and
upwards. Taylor suits -from $7.50 and upwards.
Gentlemen, Those of you wishing a new suit of clothes don't want to
overlook us as our line is the David Adlcr & Sons goods,
and in wear and fit we guarantee satisfaction.
Our Shoes, the noted W. L. Douglas shoes speak for themselves.
Neck Wear, always the latest and most up-to-date line in town.
I The People's Store
m at k Mil S
Book and Stationery Store
A FINE LINE OF
Just received to
which we would
It embiaces everything
that is new and stvlish in
in either Plain, Silver
Mounted or Mexican
N They are better
than the ordin-
ary kind, and
suitable for nice
; Call and see them. It's a
pleasure to show goods.
Of Local Interest.
See the Title Guarantee & Loan Co
forblue prints and filing papers. tf.
Two lots for Bale, centrally located,
price $300 cash. Address P. O. box 205.
For Sale. A goo! heavy team, har
ness and wagon. -Inquire of W. F
Wanted. 100 to 200 ewes on shares,
good pasture, range, and plenty of feed.
Address "Sheep," Dillard, Or.' t2.
Get your abstracts of title from J. D
Fniilton. He has the only complete
set of abstract books in the county, tf
Fresh oysters all styles. Pan, fancy
and pepper roasts a specialty. Served
by an expert cook, at Railroad Eating
House, Mesdames Lohr & Gegar, pro
prietors. hMrs. Freeman wishes to announce
igt she has purchased the interests of
Edward Jennings in the Umpqua
bakery and will hereafter conduct the
business un ler her own name. tf
All Work Gnaranteed for
Second Door north new Bank Building,
We Are Sure
. We can help you to maka a
dollar go as far as!'; should,
and much, farther than any
If you want to buy right, if
you want to be treated right
make our store your headquar
ters for the next few days.
VALUES UNPRECEDENTED IN
DRY GOODS, CLOTH
ING, BOOTS, SHOES,
WRAPS AFJD mil..
Always the Best.
Always the Cheapest
The Under Priced Store
L. II. Iledgeiiatli, of Drain w as a Hose- You tun got vetch wed at Cliurr hill &
bnrg visitor last week. Vxl ley's.
The B. K. T. will give thoi tirst an- Lamps at half .rice while they last at
nual ball at Ashland on Friday, loo. 5. Churchill " Woolley's.
It will be a grand affair. . j J. I. Chajnian, of Wilbur, was trans-
For harness, or anything in the liar- j ncting business in Roseburg Saturday,
ness line call on F. Long & Sons near j ;0t your dental work at Dr. Chea
the depot. Repairing a specialty idles. Painless extrction of teeth. n20.
Remember we have constantly on
hand a full line of the famous Bucking
ham and Ilect rubbers, in all styles at
Flint's shoe store.
Jndge J. W. Hamilton and District
Attorney Geo. M. Brown, are attending
the regular term of circuit court at Cor
vallis, Benton connty.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Pool, Mrs. W. II.
Bentzen and Mrs. Frank Hopkins, of
Canyonville, were in ih'n city last Fri
day on business, returning home on the
Among those in this city from Di'.lfird
Saturday, were Al Thorn tou. Grant
i Clayton. W. S. Pickens, S. C. Miller,
Mrs. II. E. Pickens and Miss Lola rick
ens. If you want to go to Coos County
points, take the Roseburg, Marsiifield
route. Spring hacks leave Roseburg
every day at 6, A. M. Inquire of C. P.
Barnard, agent. tf.
When men talk ff neckwear, hoiserv.
! shirts and other furnishings, and of gnod
places to buy them, our store is sure to
be favorably mentioned. We have the
newest. Xnf-Ced. Hildebrand's,
L C. Moore, the S. P. trainmaster and
station agent in this city, has rented
the neat new cottage of Mr. Metz, on
the corner of I .a fie & Stephens street
and has recently moved therein.
He who wants to Ik? successful and i.s
hunting an example to follow, will be
wise if he follows in the f..tr-!o;t of the
man who buys his hardwares, stove,
tinware, plows, harrows etc., of S. K.
Sykes, where you can get the lest.
D. S. T. West.liaving accepted t-evcral
oil and reliable Gie in-Minor..; cout'i-
nies, is now prepare! to do a grain.
fire insurance business. Insure with
him. Office at tiie City Hall. tf.
Free Ttie fine 'Tuun-deales M.ip,"
Oregon on one side, the map of the
world on the oth?r, with the l'J) rrns'H
and other valuable information, free to
every ne cash subscriber to the Plaix
df.aler. Map alone 50 cents.
Business increasing so rapidly at the
T. K. Richardson r.iusic bouse is evi
dence enough that it don't take syndi
cate trusts or clubs, to sell pianos. In
fact we can hardly supply the deioaiad.
Our large stock is nearly exhausted and
we expect to lose on this account. But
will have another car in alxiit thrrc ,
weeks ; fresli ami new fm the factor?.
I. ABRAHAH . 0
One Door South of P. O. X
Alfalfa, vetch, orchard grass, while
and -red clover seed at Churchill &
Miss llobin Conn, of Mf lrose, went to
Drain Saturday to enter the Normal
Mrs..!. C.Aiken has returned from
an extended visit in Salem and Port
land. Harvv Hoffman has left this cilv for
Black Diamond, California, where he
will spend the winter.
Judre Willis and daughter, Miss Lulu
have returned from a short visit with
relatives in Portland.
We have a tine line of fur tp slipper.
just what you want for these cool even
ings, from f I up. At Flints.
Mrs. C. Koss King was a truest of
friends in this city Sunday returning to
her home in Oakland this morning.
Mrs. A. L t;aj;, of Koseburr, ar
rived in Ashland Monday on bnsiness.
She will also visit Dunsmuir. Tidings.
G. W. Keiu, of (ievena. Neb. who
ba been visiting Mr. F. W, Hoffman
i of this city for the ast three weeks bus
Mr. and Mrs. John Tipton left Satur
day morning for Whitebird, Idaho,
m here they will spend the winter with
Win. J. Kelliher and C. I- FegW, of
Yoncjilla, were transacting busim-ss in
Koehnr and witnessed the football
game Saturday. ,
The old hunters and miners sav that
the deer and elk all came down out of
the higher mountains early thi month
and made for the lower valleys and
ul. j"e aloiig the c4ut. This, they say
U a nv i.'n of a '"hard winter"
trof. J. II Cochraii, priiu ipal of the
Oakhutil pulilie school, visitol Roseburg
Friday evening. Prof. Cwlmn reports
a vi-r J.irge attendance in his s-hooI
and is pltui tn state that very few have
l.si'ii iui:il. to attend on account of
-i.-kii-f. during this term.
Tl M. I!. Church ill conduct a sale
onIcr. 3rd aiid 4th, in the new bank
!'UlMinr. Jvitchen and fancy aprons,
pillows, comforts, rugs and all kinds
of f;ircy and useful articW for Kale. A
fine Hiiinee w ill b.; offorded to select a
Christmas gift for :i relative or friend.
Krnest I'. Riidle, a prominent fruit
grower of Riddle, was a Roseburg visitor
Saturday snd after, tiie transaction of
business: matters attei-ded the football
en me in the afternoon. He reports the
placer miners all happy in South Doug
las since the ceeeiit heavy mins afforded
an abundant water supply for success
fully ojieraling their mine.
William Hodson in fr thojiast six
moiiihs has l-n entployel as car re
pairer by the S. P. Com!iy, at. this
station, has resigned his ofition with
ihe eontpaiiy and will se.nd this winter
at his trade of machinist. jn this city.
Mr. Hodson is, too well known in this
conititiiiiity to le recommended by this
prM'r, but we venture lo say that there
is many a citizen that will lie pleased to
learn that Mr. Hodsoit's maehine and
repair shop in West Roseburg will again
hi? opened this winter.
The Cottage tirove Xugjct says: The
venerable John W. Kelly, who has leeii
sojourning in this city for a few days,
shook the dust from his fee! last Thurs-
1 -.y and left for Kugene where he
thought there was a much b tleropcn
iii' for a first-class newspaper than there
is here, and w here a real genius M ould
be ni.jre appieciattnl, Mr. Iohn W.
Kelly, formerly edited the Drain Non
pareil but seems to have outgrown the
tow n and is now looking for nw-re worlds
to conquer. ;
Mr. A. L. Hamilton and family, late
oi tiniaiia, .eb., Imve jiurehased a stock
ranch near Olalla, and have decided to
Ix'coine permanent residents of that
section of the county. Mr. Hampton
will engage in the very remunerative
stock raising industry. We welcome
this estimable family to our county.
Mr. Hampton was in town Thursday
and favored this oltice with a pleasant
call, likewise subscription to our
pav, with which he secured one of our
maps of Oregon and the woild.
We are sorry to hearald the fact,
although many already know it, that
the S, P. employees working in this city
have unnecessary kept the crowd cross
ings at thin station blocked an unneces
sary, length of time? Last Saturday
the Lane Street crossing was I locked
twenty minutes with teams waiting on
both sides of the track while switching
was being done in a distant part of the
yard, limployees should le careful and
remember that, farmers and citizens
have of right tiway, as well as the S. P.
Company, ' 1
Harry Miller, the Myrtle Creek hotel
man, is a Roseburg visitor today.
Kditor D. E. Vernon, of Oakland, was
looking after business matters in-Rose-burg
J. L. Berry and wife, of Lyons, Ore
gon, are visiting their daughter, Mrs. C.
L. Reed, of this city,
Marriage licenses have been issued to
Fred W. Varrelmanu und Alice E. Rose,
of Gardiner; and to J. T. Atkins and
Ella L. P.rown, of this city.
D. W. Crosby of Riddle, has accepted
the position of day clerk in Hotel Nash
atMeoford. Ho will later lie joined by
his family. Town Talk.
Churchill A Woolley are getting a
great pull with their Automatic Cloths
Wringer. You can't afford to lie with
out it. Must lie seen to lie appreciated.
tiolden Herndon, Jas. Moore, William
Paull, Ray Sayle and John Tyler cam
down from Ashland Saturday to witness
the football game lietween the Ashland
Normal and Roseburg high school.
Santa Clause, will display bis Christ
mas goods nt the store ofS.K. Sykes,
after Deoemlier 1st, everything in th
line of toys, silver ware, pocket knives,
guns and many other things to numerous
The management of the Senate res
taurant wish to announce that tint po)
nlar eating and lunch house will now I
opened day times, a conieteiit and
obliging cook having Iwen engaged who
is mast willing to please all. t2
Mrs. Thos. Devens and little son hav
returned from Portland w here they have
lieeu visiting Mr. Devens, wk is at
present a patient at the (iood Samaritan
hospital. We are pleased to announce
that Mr. Devens is much improved.
Postal Clerk, Hannibal V. Smith, is
laying off and visiting his parents Mr.
anil Mrs. C. W. Smith, near this city.
His wife is visiting relative near Wil
bur. They w ill retur;. to Portland im
mediately after Thanksgiving. ,
N'arciie Conn, who is extensively in
terested in sheep raising in Arizona,
and who has U-cn visiting relatives in
this County for Mime time left Friday
for Pendleton where he will remain un
til Spring after which he will-return to
Mrs. S. T. JohiiMiii ii Jefferson, who
has lx-en visiting her daughter, Mrs. J.
A- Wagonblast of this city, returned to
her home this morning. Her daughter,
Miss Gertrude, arrived from Jefferson
Sunday evening and is at present visit
ing her sister here.
Mrs. C. F. i"ga of Roseburg, w!k
has been visiting her sister, Mrs, F, T.
tirecn, in Ashland, went to Dunsmuir
ThnrsLiy on a busine trip. Town
Talk. Mrs. Gegax returned home from
Iter visit to Son them Oregon l.;st night
and reports a most enjoyable sojourn.
The turkey Ehipmeut from this city
his year has U-en about .T'SXI birds, of
which, J. F. Barker has furnished 1300
birds; Kruse Newland 10it0 birds;
Marks & Co. M birds; ami the
several other small shiners 500 Unix.
The prevaling price for picker has been
live cents per bird.
J. B. RiiMIe is a Roseburg visitor to
day. He reports work progressing very
atl-faclory in his placer mine in Cow
Creek Canyon as well as fhe many
other placer mine- A Sjfl'Jj Douglas.
Win. Pitch ford w ill accoiiiiiy Mr
Riddle home to accept the position of
bar tender in Hotel Riddle.
Mrs. D. C. McClallen, a well known
pioneer rodent of this county anil
owner of the McClallen House of lhi
city, is iiiite seriously ill at her rooms
n the McClallen Houe, lieing attacked
with a stroke of. apoplxy Sunday
morning. We are glad to announce
that she is mnch improved since that
F. L. Hermann and wif of Minne
apolis, Minn., accomanHl by the fori
nier's sister, Mrs. Ross, have arrived
in Roseburg and w ill remain here a few
days with the intention of locating tim
ber claims. Mr. Hermann mail the
Plai.vukaler a pleasant call this morn
ing and we found hiui a very genial and
Harry Supple, the well know n Bohe
mia mining corresjiondunt, spent Sun
day in Rosebujg. Mr. Supple and D.
R. Hendricks, a brother of the Salem
Statesman editor, contemplate establish
ing a first cla.-s mining journal at Cot
tage Grove about Jan. It. The new
pajier will also devote considerable
space to the timber and lumbering in
terests of Western Oregon and will be
republican in jwditics. Here's wishing
you succcs loys.
Qrand Thanksgiving Dinner will Be
Served at the Railroad Eating
Among the goodies to lie served
at the Railroad Eating House
Thanksgiving Dpy are, tnrker,
wild goose aud duck, chicken,
mince and pumpkin pie, plum pudding,
cranberry sauce, fruit cake ote , and of
course the regular short orders including
eastern nnd coast oysters. The Railroad
Eating House hare decided to make a
speciality of their cvcellent Thanks
giving dinner and change Ihe reasonable
sum of fifty cents jkt plate.
There will le a meeting- of the stock
holders of the Cmpua Valley Oil Co ,
held at the City Hall on Dec. l!K)2 at 2
o'clock p. m. in Roseburg Ore. for the
pnrswe of electing a 1oard of directors
for the ensuing year, and for the trans
action of such other business as may
come liefore the meeting. Jt is earnest
ly desired that everjr stock holder will
lie present at this meeting.
M. McCoy, Pres.
H. L. Marsterh, Sec.
The marriage of Guy Huff, of Eu-
geue, and Miss Maud Heroux, of Ta
coma, was solemnized at 7:30 o'clock
Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Abe Geary, Tacoma. Rev. JIarry
Hudson, rector of the Church of the
Holy Communion, was the officiating
clergyman. Only relatives and closest
friends of the couple were present,
among them being H. II. Huff, of En-
gene ; Miss Thompson, of Port Town
send ; Mrs. Dick, of Seattle; ami Miss
Emily Heroux. Mr. and Mrs. Huff
will make their home in Port. Town
BURNED TO DEATH.
Little Bertha Wilson of Camas Valley
the Victim of a Deplorable
Died, in Camas Valley Nov. 2', 1902,
Bertha Wilson, aged 4 years and 6
months. She was a daughter of J. II.
and Elia Wilson, who are prostrate
with grief. The little one'a clothing
caught lira Friday morning and she was
so badly burned that death i-ame to
relieve her sufferings Saturday. It is
another of those sad and unavoidable
accidents which no loving care can
avoid. Little Bertha wan a bright.
sweet child and will be sadly missed by
all. The family have the heartfelt
sympathy of the entire community in
their bereavement. Funeral serv.ee
were held today at the Martindale
A lonesome quiet reigns tonight
We never have lelt before
For Bertha has passed the po.-tal bright
Where angels guard the door.
One little girl is missing
. From oiir cottage home tonight
One little- lied untumbled
With pillow soft ami whit.
. Ashland 15-Rnseburg 0.
Last Saturday the foot ball enthusi
asts of this city witnessed the prettiest
and most gentlemanly contest of that
popular gam ever seen in Roseburg,
and although our home team was de
feated they demonstrated that they
wer a Rood little leant anyway, as the
Ashlanders averaged 23 pounds heavier
to the man and of course, had very lit
tle trouble in forcing t!u line, but all
agree that Roaelmrg put up a stiff game.
Ctain Chester Easter of the Ash
land team, was wearing a bandagj on
his head on account of injuries reeefved
in a previous game and was unable to
play as was also Hoover who was suffer
ing with an attack of inflamatory rheu
matism. . Consequently coach Stott
was allowed to captain aud play left
half liack, and proved to he the right
man in the right place at he never failed
to mak yardage when given the ball.
The line handling of Hammond was ex
ceptionally goo. I work and it seemed
that Roseburg was unable to stop it.
Holmes of Ashland, ws cmmiderabl
queered on aivout of l(i jioor kicki ng,
making three trials fur the goal and fall
ins short each time.
The Rosrbtirg team had a wonder in
the erson of YA Bradley, wlio did phe
nomenal kicking for the home team, and
always got his man when he went after
him. Jioyle, l,e left half proved bim
ndf an exceptLutiaSiy good, col headed
player and had it not been for these two
men, we would in all probabilities have
been almost ashamed to pnbluh the
score. Wollenberg. Ramp, Hannan,
Ferguson, Fraley and Short did tlieir
usual good work.
Following is the line up.
P-.i rid son
C hort ...
. ..r i
.1 t ...
First half, i ininr.tes Aphlan-I, 10;
iioseburg. 0. Second half, 20 minut
Anhland, 5 ; Kontbur $ , 0. Final Ash
land, 15; Koelnrg, 0.
Officials, raster, referee; Ramp, um
pire; Woodward, time keeper.
Tiie yoD ladies of the Roeeburg
High Sdionl, tendered (lie two football
tsn)s laiujuet Friday evening, at the
Native Hons Hall. The banquet room
and hall were tastefully decorated with
the color of the contesting teams, and
the table which was set In the form of
a cross was a bower of cliryaintheninin8.
AH those present enjored themselves
and the several players were forced to
coniiel Coach Scott to refrain from
overdoing himself in partaking of the
goodies. The menu's were hand drawn
cartoons of football players drawn and
arranged by our young artist Veraon
Pi xon, of this city, and were something
that will lie kept by every member of
the Ashland team as a memento of the
most enjoyable evening sjent during
their northern tour. Thos. Townsend
acted as toactmaster, and the fllw:ng
ersoni responded: Prof. A. M. San.
ders, "To the visitors:" Mr. Holmes,
"Reply t same;" Capt. C. Easter, "To
the young ladien ;" Mr. Valley, "To the
Roseburg eleven;" Mr. Hammond,
"Cake that Coach Scott stole at Kn-
ue;" Coach Scolt, "The Ashland-
Allany football gam-" The merrv
assemblage was also favored with some
fine instrumental music, rendered on
the piano by Misses Anita Kabat and
(iertie Rast, At a comparatively early
hour the party broke up to allow the
players to obtain their usual sleep to
enable them to be in good form for
their following days work.
LAMPSOX To the wife of William
Lam)!!, in West Roseburg, Thursday
Nov. 20, 1902, an 8 pound boy.
And Will is feeling himself again.
FERGUSON In Roseburg, Kiunev Ad
'dition, Nov. 20, 1M2, to Mr. and Mrs.
T. J. Ferguson, a daughter.
LUSTKR-COLVIN.-A. p. Luster and
Miss Ella Colviu were married in
Orauls Pass, Friday, by Rev. Me
Dougall, pastor of the M. f ,. Church.
Union Thanksgiving Services.
Union services will be held In the
Baptist Church Thursday niorniiig'at
half past ten o'clock. Rev. George II.
Bennett, pastor of the Methodist
Ejiiscopal Church, will deliver the
sermon. All are cordially invited.
Insure In the New York Life.
Because, Its ioli. ies are uncontest jbl,
Because, It insures you. ill the time,
Because, Up to Nov. 1, 1902, it has
secured 1.12 ml icy holders, amounting
, to tSOO.OOO new business, . "
SWELL TOGS FOR MEN.
We are now showing a 'full line of the Celebrated
Kuppenhimer Guaranteed Clothing
Suits, $12.50 to $25 Overcoats. S10 to SIR
In Furnishings WelMention
Neckwear in the new Coronation Silks.
English welt edge Collars and Cuffs.
Fine worsted Union Suits and Underwear for men.
Dr. Reed's Cushion Sole Shoes for men.
Some new swell
u.uau my Lmu& ior
Ail Dress goods purchased here only, shrunk free
L -f I . ... ..."
ruu ui Business we win not
When you see it in our ad
HENDRICKS BLOCK SOLD.
H. Wollenberg paid Eleven Thousand
Dollars f.ir this Property.
I. F. nice, agent fur Mrs. I.. Z. Hend
riJis ban sold berproi-rtyon tiie corner
of Cass Sberidan an 1 Fine streets op
pteite the dcot, to Hyinan W,le nberg
for f 1 1 ,000. The pn. erty is familiarly
known as the Hendricks blin k, which
w;j occupil by the f .)!! win buiues
houses: H. W. Kapp's irroivry, Win
el )"s watrli rej-air shop, Mosier'a res
taurant, Frank Kennedy's saloon, E. II.
O'.ey's restaurant and I. J. Norman's
Imkery and confectionery store. The
fi-st two named hou-s are wooden
structures and the other three are one
Real Estate Transfers.
A. M. Mearn. et nx, to -J. L. Wah
biirn, f700; se'4' of sec 30, tp3I s, r 5
John H. Clmonds to Chas. Bticholtx,
f :.100; lut I, 2, 3 and t, in w 2, fn 21
s, r 7 wet, conUinir.)! Mi.2 acres.
Frank Merrill et al, to Mr. J. D.
Harvey, $1 ; :;, 4, 5 M la block 4,
Eahrke's SuIlivi-io:i .if Fruit vale.
Wm. M, Porte? et us, In Lewis J.
Sprenyle, l,00rt; jc14' of s.v 20, tp 3) s,
r 8 west.
J. A. Kirkon lull ct al, to Jennie F.
Torter, 1 ; 2 acres and 2T. rds, in ee
Jii of ee jl, t p n r f west. .
Lncy and Irene Appl"?at to M. W.
I'anjherty, f:l, 6&; r".:0 acres in ter
3, tp 22 s, r 5 w--t.
F. B. Waite et ax, toil I. Masters,
f 1,2000: prc.pertyan the luthcrn ex-t-emilyof
. Thoise aishin nice, neat, larce, fur
cished rooms should call on or addret
Mrs. C. P. Clark, Abraham place,' foot
cf Washington street, Rosebtug. u 24.
A GREAT COn PAN Y
. The New York I.I re -
Kllty-een year old.
Asseli oTcr 1190,000,000,
Income in 1001 om (70,000,000
lasaraace lu force over i.js,
Mew luaurance paid for 1st 1901
Paid Policy Holders in 1901,
over 117,000,000. ,
Paid roller-Holders In 37 jreara,
over S3 4 9. oo,ooo.
What Life Insurance Does
II keep the family trsreiner.
It educates Uie children.
It takes care of Ike mother.
t pars ihe mortgage on luej
II provides read money to keep
.a baslness solvent.
It support the limn red) In his
It saves the respect or the
It saves the credit ol the losnred
It saves money which would
otherwise be loHt.
It saves the Insured from
snxlety as to the fntare of his
It saves the insured from
anxiety for his own old age.
It saves the capital which Is
locked np In tinman life.
It does the very things which
Ihe insured plans for, works tor,
prays for. Is hnppy If he secures,
and unhappy II he rails to get. it
helps hint to make a success ol
life, takes np his wotk when tie
dies aud carries It forward to
Canyon afford lo be wlthont 117
W. J. Moon, Aitnl.
N. A. FOSTER & CO.,
Of every deseriyt ion. F;irms jin.l Min
eral Lands. Oregon, Washington aj)d
(j23) 0AKI.ASP, OREGON
, Mnfr. Alwsv rt'llable. I.Adlm, ulc Tmisla kt
4 HM lltArtK M li. Kwl au4
Italil luvlallic liui, n-nln! wuh blue nbbon,
Tfchr. Hr ttmrngrrmum hImi(.
lullnmasntt laillnlli. kin ,.r viwr llniii:-,
' ur iwihI r, m aiamin h.r 'rtiralars, 1ll.
! wlali ml - Rrllrr Tor (jull." in tritir,
I by rrtHra NbIU ID.00lilVMiUK.imiU. utl b
UHICHKSTKH CHKMIOAL CO. .
McDonald's "Red Seal" Union made Overalls, Jumpers,! Cordu.
Toy lTants, Sateen and working shirts.
chalk line stripes
xtamy aay skirts
shrink goods purchasedjelsewhere.
First-class home of one acre, well im
proved. Box 20, Roseburg. tf.
ANTED 30 laborers, warns t2JiO
per day for first-class men.
Da. C. It. Rat,
All those knowing themselves in
debted to F. F. Patterson for laundrr
work up to Nov. 1, 1!02, will please call
at the office of At turner Fraok G. Mi
celli, Review Building, and settle at
ODCe- F. F. PaTTEBSOX.
Owners of farms, stock ranches, tim
ber lands fo- sale nitLin ten miles of
the proposed line of the Great Central
Railroad to correspond with
J- J. Walts, .
Colon iaatiou Agt., Roseburj;, Or. nlO
Notice of Bids Wanted.
in-aled bids for operating the poor farm
ferry for thr-e veara w ill be received by
the County Court at its resrular term in
January, vm. Bids io be opene.1
e.ineiayat 1 o'clock p. m,
M.. P, TuouseoM,
n.l County Judge.
County Treasurer's Notice
Not i.T 1H llr-lil' rril a.r .- .11 . .. . :
. ' w llfS
tioMmg county warrxnts en.lorsed prior
toand including March Unit 1W0, are re-qiH-;l
'to I'lvs-at th sjn at the
cunty treaurer"a office f.ir pavnient as
interest mill cease tliereon after the
date uf this ntioe.
Dated Nov. 17, li02.
The Best Remeoy for Croap.
This is the season when the woman
who knows the best remedies for croup
is in demand in every neigLWhood.
Cue of the most terrible thing in the
world is to laakened in the middle of
the night by a whoop from one of the
children. The croup remedies aro
almost sure to W lost, in case ol croup,
as a revolver is sure ta be lost In case of
burglars. There used to be an old-fashioned
remedy for croup, known as hive
yrnp and tolu, but some modern moth
ers say that Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy Is better, and does not cost so mnch.
It causes the patient to "throw up the
phlegm" quicker, and gives relief a a
shorter time. Give this remedy as soon
as the cronpy cough appears and it will
prevent the attack. It never fails and
is pleasant and safe to take. For sale by
A. C. Marsters.
H kJ Ml ltl
li fruits, Candies, Cakes, Pies, l!
A Doughnuts and f rcsli Bread Daily j j
jlj Portland Journal Atency. Hendrick" Blk,Opp. Depot
U l.J.NORHAN&Co. Props.
in heavy suitings.
and Tailor suits
of charge. Owing to the
guaranteed as represented
Uttte Ranch for Safe.
A good Lttle home for sale ; 17 acres
adjoining fair grounds, i mies east cf
Roseburg. Good buildings, 150 good
bearing fruit trees, 10 acres in enltivm
tion. Price $1225. For particulars in
quire at 3ICikia"i shoe store, Eoseborg;
0r- . ilti
For a Bad Cold.
If yon have a bad eold you need a
(food reliable medicine like Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy to loosen and re
lieve It, and X allay the irritation and
inflammation of the throat and long
For sale by A. C. Jlarsters.
Dosea't Respect Old Age.
It's shameful when yonth failj to
show proper respect for old age, but just
uie contrary in the case of Dr. King's
New Life Pills. They cut off maladies
no matter how severe and irrespective,
of old age- Dyspepsia, Jaandiee, Fever,
Constipation all yfeM to this Trfect
Pill. 25c, at A. C. War-tern & Co. Dra
Notice for Sale of State Lands,
N.t ice w hereby given that the State
Land Board will receive eea'ed tids un
til Nov. 11. l:a, at 2 p. m.. for the sale
of the following described State Lands
Section 3 and south half of seaioa IK.
Tp 33 R 1 W. of W. M.
The north half of the north half and.
lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 of set-lion 16, Tp 41 si.
R 1 E., containing Su.)reres.
Af.plicativjns to purchase most be
mada on rwilar blanks in accordance,
Wie the law for sle of School Lanes
ami be accompanied bv cash or check
for one-fiuh oi the amount bid for Cer
Uficate of Sal-, or, in full ptrment,
deed mill isue.
The right to reject any and all bids is
Applications and bids should t ad
dressed to "M. L. ChamberUa- Clerk of
Board, Salem, Oren," and aarked
Application and bid to purchase State.
.nds." si. L. cWImsklix,
o23nl l clerk of Board.
Dated, this lSih day of Oct. 1902,
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Saves 65 to 75 per cent on con of am
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