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We Want to Save You Honey
- 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
most complete line of fall goods that has ever been shown in the town.
We have all the latest weaves and colorings in tailor suumgs,
Long Coats, H ler-gth. Jackets and Capes.. Our stock can't be
beat for style, quality aud prices. Our walking skirts are the
most complete line in town ranging in. prices from $1.50 and
upward?. Taylor suits from $7.50 and upwards.
Those of you wishing now suit of clothes don't want to
rWV e is our line is the David Adler & 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 hi town.
Degree of Honor and A. O. U.
Have Joint Installation and
$ The People's Store
One Door South of P. O.
We take this occa
sionto gratefully ac
knowledge the favors
and liberal patronage
accorded us during the
closing year, and to
wish you all a merry
Christmas and a pros
perous and happy new
Yours very truly.
Store. - .
Of Local Interest,
Seethe Title Onarantee & Loan
rl.lue print-, anil filing nape-
Furni.-hed rooms fvr rent enquire
at old Abraham property foot of Well
Dressmaking and all plaia sewing
neatly done io order. Call on Mrs.
"Wall-- th wty bii. ;
.;.-t vHir btr-is f ti'le r"o J- r
ltamibon. IC has the only compete
--t a-trpct hfia in the county, if
Jrrtti oysters ail style. Pan, fancy
and pepper roasts a specialty. Served
by an expert cook, at Railroad Eating
Hon?, Mesdames Lobr & Gegax, pro
' prietors. - - '
II. D. Graves has been posting him
self and gathering new ideas daring bis
vacation and feels he is better prepared
than ever to give bis customers tbe
erv latest style. 'tf
i :-.-. tl Photosrrar.her is back at
lis place of business once more, tf)
Fur Sale Household go ods, cooking
utensils, canned and jared fruits. Call
en X. K. Richards at Woodards Harness
O. L, Sutherland has returned from a
visit with friends at Oakland.
F.. C. Case, the liveryman, was in this
city from Kalem this week on business.
Medford is to have a creamery hii h
will be ready for operation, . March 1.
A n Iowa man is behi nd the enterprise
Glen Wimberly, of Drain, "was in this
citv this week visiting relatives on
his" return from a visit at Grauts Pass.
J. A. Hammers!-, of Corvallis, formly
of the Roseburg ICandy' Kitchen is in
this city on his way to hU Coffee cn-ek
S. P. Chapman, of Glide, was in this
citv on business Monday. His
nephew, J. K. Duncan, has returned
to his home at Garfield, Wash.
Here is a lsrgain One practically
new, latest improved Plick.-nsdorfcr
typewriter, with fine leather case, fr
sale cheap. Inquire at this office. . tf
n T. W est. havir.if accei4ed several
jold and reliable me insurance compa
nies, is now preparea m uu
fire insurance business. Insure wun
him. Office at the City Hall. tf.
If you want to go to Coos County
point, take the Roseburg,.. Marshfield
route. Spring hacks leave Roseburg
every day at 6, A. M. Inquire of C. P.
Barnard, agent. ' tf-
T he registration at the hotels show an
increase of travel for the past few days.
The. dull season did not last long. Im
mediately following tle holidays there
. of extreme ouiet. lnt this
year this has almost entirelydisapieaTed.
'. It i now authoritatively -tated that
the new liooth-Kelly mills atSpringtield
thi-'ahh inst. with a full
I i.m-nt of men. perhaps Jt,
pres-iit a busy scene without
The lit. Kt-v. T.. W. Morris, I.H.. the
veuerable Pish-p 4 4rei wiS! visit St.
iir t'hnrch onTnelay evening,
Jam. 20th d adiiiiii-tcr the
Confirmstion. iervic-.s ill
fvlj.l, t fr. rs.f
W at 7:30.
Ih-xter Jones is Very ill of brsin fever.
Kditor and Mrs. H. H. Rmokes sjent
WNlnesday iu Portland.
Mrs. J.C FullertoH is at home from
a ten days visit to her son at Grants
Mb Laura folding is occupying her
case in this office again after a ton days '
Knos Conn will leave next Friday
iiioruinir for Portland where he will
receive meical treatment.
Hon. J.T. Bridges, Dr. K. L. Miller, J
C. A. fVhlbrede and A. C. Matks left
lhis morning for Salem and Portland,
Mrs. S. A. Sanford is entertaining her
sister, Hits ellie Litchfield, of Port-
laud, wlio arrivel Sunday for a months
Messrs. Havis & Atkinson have sold J
the grocery store which they purchased
from W. L. Cobb, to E. P. Buckingham,
of Kngene. The new proprietor takes
charge of the business at once.
Coming, Stetson's famous "Cncle
Tom's Cabin Company" with its famous
Colored Ladies band, cast of 50 people
and pack of Siberian bloodhounds. At
the Opera House Jan. 25. See ad.
The upper Klamath lake is irojten
over and the ice is thick enough to jus
tify rutting an-i Peking for summer
;. Many of the people who have ice
houses are busy in filling them with the
crystalizel water of the Klamath ' lake.
The ladies of the Baptist church w ill
conduct a sale, of home cooking in the
grjeery window of Fisher Bellow Coa
A joint installation of officers fr
the ensuing year was held at the 1. u.
0. F. hall Monday evenii g, January
2, by Roseburg Lodo No. 10. A. O. l
and Mvstic Ilge No. 13, P. of If
A large crowd of ineiuliors and invited
guests were present and enjoyet me
program and lunch. The installation lor
the A. O. I'. V. was conducted by the
OrHiid Master Workman, Win. Smith of
Baker Citv, who. after thb installation,
delivered an eloquent address npon the
historv of theonlcr, jts object sand aims
Mr. Smith is one of he liest speakers
who has ever visited Itiweburg, and his
manner of delivery and sincerity in his
fraternal address made him uiauy friends
and admirers in this city.
Mrs. iVlia II ad ley conducted the in
stallation ceremony for the IVgree o!
Honor, ai'itv which fhp )ri! U't"!" '
that order exeiiipliticd the (1or work
imiltr the gniilainv of their captain,
Mrs. B. F. Hamp. This team la nb
mitted to lie the l.est in tlif state and
went through their maneuvers without
a falter which won the hearty applause
of the large audience". After their drill
Mrs. lUmp iia? pr;H'ntPf! with a lady s
beaut if ul emblem of the order, for her
energetic efforts ami service in making
the drill team of Mystic lodge the tiest
in this state. The kilance of the even
ing was sent in speaking, music and
.rini nltnr ik huh tint SHiftS Were
treatrti to an elegant Uin.iiet. Follow
ing are the otlicers installed.
By the Workmen F M Toxier, M V ;
John Kanlz, F;Wm Currier, O; US
Wect, fnianci. r; W T Wright, receiver;
F. H I-iiox, Rec: B S Nichols. G ; F E
Hand, I V ; weii Iavis O V ; P Brner
Bv the I of H Mrs, Jno Kants, C H ;
MrstJ W Pimti.iik, I. 11; Mrs M D
Thompson, V C; Mis John Pent, V ;
Mrs T H Cannon, I W ; II T McCIallen,
0 V ; K H Ieiio, Jtec; Mrs B 8 ihr
ols, financier; Mrs A J Itisley, receiver.
25th ANNIVERSARY SALE
This month completes our 25th year in the Dry Goods business
in Roseburg. For a quarter of a century we have catered to the
wants of thousands of customers, from the little store establish
ed in '78 to the present mammoth establishment which wc occu
py. Our greatest advertisement is that many who dealt with us
at the start rc in 10O3 still honoring us with their patronage.
In remembrance of thi3 event we have instituted this sale, which
for unapproachable values, cxccll anything heretofore offered.
?UQ yarjs colored, satins, mostly blues
and rods, regular 50c values. sn:ial..
SO vards Scotch wahable waistini; flan
nels, very desirable colors, worth 35c,
7 pieces woolen plaids, light and n odium
shades, easily worth 40c, secial
300 var.N fsncv mixed suitings, mostly
all' wo..!, val.'SOc to 50c, spivial
600 Virds Uhrtinhray ginahiuia, one pat- j
tern. rcvuUr H',, specid ,t
ImI 1. Ladies' fine cotton fancy stripe
Lisle liniuh be, S5c kind. Special . .
Li4 " doz. ladies' all wool black cash
mere, hise; sizef.v onlr: 5lc regnlsr.
Uit..1. 5 do., ladies' fine
hose; good values at 50c.
l.t 4, Ijidi' fancy stripe, pure Lisle
hose, 50c quality. Now
About 200 pairs mens fine bla.k shoes,
lace and congress, calf and kM, which
regularly sold for 2J0 t $4.0f. To
clean np the odd lines we have mark-
"Uhm 1.50 to 2.10
Anv mens tan shoe in the house
This includes vici kid. cloth iop, and
calf. Values from 'i to ft.
House furnishing Depjrtment.
A small lot Marseilles spreads, 10-4 size,
regular 75c kind, now
nother lot Marseilles spreads, 11-4 size,
' good value at fl.fO, now
. . . . in.
fancy fat color boMers, .wc in w
oure linen oantsfK
We are closing out our entire stock of
Koval Worcester W. C. C. corsets at
the following attractive prices:
13.75 corsets while they last for...
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Mens furnishings Department.
About 5 dozen mens silk and wool neg'i
ge; shirts, broken lines, all B;r, val- .
nes 1.50 to $1.75, while they la.-t . .. 1.13
50 dozen mens Lorne-made buckskin
glove, ail first quality, long gauntlets,
tegular 75c. f iaj
ALL FURS. JACKETS AMD CLOAKS 1-3 OFF
t has. Kobert,th county surveyor,
. - ti 11- v . .. I ..-i
ami Ms esuuiauio orm-, iviuni!.-"
Roseburg Tuesday, from !an Francisco,
vlier,' thi-v were married. Some little
lime as sjieiit night seeing at promi
nent California jxiints. They will re
side in Roseburg ami their many friends
join iu extending them a cardial wel
Ttlajor William J. f-hipU-y, Comman
der of the Soldiers' Home at ttosebarg,
in his biennial report just "submitted,
says; The Home is now full, and that
there are 20 applicants for adnd-ion,
all old and destitute, and some l-rd-ridden,
and that many perwms are de
terred from applying U-cause of the re
moteness of any -osihility for admission.
PiMri-t Pcputy tiranl Master r.ih-k ;
of this city visited Myrtle Creek atur-j
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9 7 iii Til i ' ' -sEiio.w...-,i u"-ff";rra -iim ".wa-v. .. .t. ...... .
CORN ITT LAK K At the lemieofthe
bride' parents, Altre-I W. Cornutt
ntn .f Noah Cornutt an old pioneer 4
P.m-las county, and Mi--s Maud Uke,
re.-..nllv from tilenn ronnty, Calif.,
Kev. Walter A. Ileanl, -tor .4 the
BaptUt church U HMdle. olticiatinj:.
1-mmi.llv at 12 m. while Ms Helen
An Indian boy aveI an express train
a ith 250 pa.'n,er3 from pint throngh
a trestle on the Wi-t .hore road, near
iiuffalo. The W-y's name was not even
iuentH.iiel in the dispatclies.
A Business Opei.lng.
the rfrne n;ovaiuoy fchc. iif l'ar.v.
rvw-.iiaV.le K. W. Hopkins.
The black walnut counters and other
fine lu'rnishings for the new Po.igla
County Bank building have arrived ano
are being placed m p-r-ition, aim
banking business will S'sm tranf
ferred from the old stand to the elegant
and commodious new brick.
Rev. Ceo. Tl. Bennett will occupy his
pulpit in the M. E. Church Sunday.
tj. .r.hiect of the morning sermon uill
i --0,-0 Doors." Intlie cveiuns u-
sermon will be on the topi,
hould come to Ro?burg."
vited and will be made welcome
store, Sat unlay January 17, 190S. Salt
rising and B.ston brown bread, "Tril
bies." caVes. iies, etc. ill W sold at
The W. C- T. V. will meet Friday at
2.30 at the home of Mrs. S. C. Burtrniu Moore, secretary, and X. Selig, treas-
at the npper en.1 of Cass St. All ar-.lur(.r. Mr. Itoirk will visit Riddle neyt
conlially invitel es-ecUlly the Y. W. . I Fr'nlay evening aiel Canyonviile Satnr-
T I. Mrs. Sehlbrede will read a iaier I.tar i-vi niiw. when he will install the
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hi oriMtau iie.ii anil u-nmmiir . ne nincero at n.- pia-c.
Tt. .tr.re . Kii--r Jt-l!w i-'-.in.-i Hi. r hi,'! rrpntti mi m
. vii.-.bv lnrg!r Monday nishr. Iit t"2"'-'v l-r"'l,,v'' '"- b-eiy -
tl;-r-- u l) tn-i,r Ltt in th ew.h i , , 1 1- l'l,iii.,'.ti-- n-t "lily
w:s I .it. Veil pi, liit
A ni.-v little Imsiness at Myrtle Crerk
known a the Candy Kitchen, including
.1.... T H.l. ....I OTu.liirto.1 tli! Minis was p ins ..- confectionery. lusery
in.tallati.Mi cerx-monics f. ti.e fMd Feb Rev. Walter A. Heard enteral tU- r-m , ,.nfiaTO ,.u.;(1, ,.t jrty n.n.t re
..w, at thnt pla-: The new otn.vrs I f. JWme.1 by lie gr.....M.,an and br.d,s-1. f h,lU. IVn-e
are . follons: Hans Weaver, noble J sirU, Mr. l'rest-.n Uke and Ml I.v.i- rrtM)na(1.. Apply to Kale M. Cameron
uraiid ; A. i. Wri-ht. vice irrand ; W. N
hn I'oVuiitt, followe.1 t.y tl.e "aIT? j vrtleCr-l, Unnpm.
and ' " cure l lioiumg, acd as there t-renot
j any sood iitissing it Is supposed that
iim.hcv wa all they autl. Kntrani'e
was gaiiietlliv forcing the hick on the
All are in-
Tlw Cdd Real Estate Co. ban oj.cn-
el odiee in 'the building recently
vs-atel bv K. M. Beard, on Jacksr.n
luit bt.,1 iiPkH '-ri4
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r action ami
pMili-.tic An 1
COIimlv .f l!OVl
nn" no la.-k of incijent
the startling cliinixe
jMirtraycl. The s--nery was "pretty and
appropriate. Tuesday ni-hU 4ay In the
Reiju of the KmjTor, was a truly great
nlav worthy of the talents of any star
rtreet. W. L Cobb is in charge 4 the and rejniring artits or.ability to give it
oflice and is ready to attend to the wants with any degree of effectiveness That
of all o.iimt" ainl supply thetn with I Clara Malhcs and her c.mny were so
and MISSES -
WAISTS Alnan rut
MEN'S and BOY'S
.25 Per Cent Off
choiO lrtiil.lii.g trac s in Wait''s addi
tion, lucre are many new cottages ie
iii2 built thereat present, which shows
the popularity of this new addition to
"Sandy Bottom'' as the bill as ad-
vertisol hist night at the Theatre. The
plav was a success, judging from the
eideiu-ee of appreciation from the au
dience. The players all upheld their
roles with cleverness and won applause
bv L-ood acting. The heait of the play
i emotion, and the strength of the com
jmny is bnsisl nin the apMals to the
feelings-of the. listeners. I lie vinagi
(piartette deserved praise for their work
Iliiritic last niirht a burirlar enbrel
the saloon of Charles Harmon on Sheri
flan otnt and broke oiien the Slot ma-
thonMiuldy at eae in Si) ditlicnlt a play
is sufficient evidence of their ability.
The Cfunpany is dressed magnificently.
At the Theater Tonight.
GOLF VESTS $1.35 to:$i.75
On STAND COV
ERS and LACE
CURTAINS. 25 Per Cent Discount
REDUCED to... Five Cents Per Yard
These Prices are for Cash and Will
prrvaii onlv duriua our Anni-
versary Sale : : '
The simple plain
talk of the price that
is right is our con-
S vincing argument.
Tonight's play at the theater is "Nell
tiwvnne, ' an entirely new version oi
the celebrated mistress of Charles II,
which is said to lie produced with ele-
gantcostnmes, special scenery ana el.
fects. For the. first tinie, here the entire
Clara Matins company will lie in the
cast. Secialties will lie introduced le-
tweun the acts as nsual. Admission
only 10, '.Maud cents.
couple wleib-k their pla-e in one ow
ner of the n.m i-l-r an arch and Mar
decorated with evergn-enn, where they
Kt..l while the imposing cenn.uy was
l-.m.rid. after whuh they reccive.
I tb e.-gm.,ils,i" f the fne.U nl
' r. Utir. Thi b-y. "t'h !!'
...rnisiif, wr ml'"i
r.-.f,. ilnio leo-.thy
I oil It ilh .lwi-w-i - ppf.pri-
SHh M'l nva-ill. II.e fcUO!.-
nn-entwere: onh twniiM an-i
Mr. and Mr. C. II. Iike, Mrs. IJixie
th-ai of lurg, TlM.mas Rasor and
ite, Helen Willis l IhlUPi, ir"
I -l.. I'Ij Ijike. Nellie Lake. Alii-eljike.
Ina May Iike, 1'reelan Cornutt,
!f ..h Cornutt. ir., Clarence
nnlt, I'earl Corntitt, Helen Cornutt, Mr
Olive ".reen, of Ashland, Wvatt Cornutt
and wife, U. M. Cathey, of lirc-diam.
, . . i i
Ore., Kvalyn t.oriinii oi i ni
Tin- atteni-Hin nas pleasantly speu m
social converse nd sinking, Mi. t yatl
Cornutt pni'ling at the organ. The
company broke np with many well
wishes for the happy o.uple for many
successful and happy years.
.Mr. and Mrs Cornutt expect to s.n
Uke a trip to California on a bridal tour
n vi;i tl.e bride's relatives. We
JI. ant :nsrT-H?; . th:r ikimi "
i 31 inMHi-
Music lovers ill have a rare enter
i,;nm-i;i bv siini.lv catliiiit at F-arr's
..nr -i.'eii !il ariv ...f
i ur ii.-pl-iy - j li"" i
..:..i.:;"ci. i.t. lb r-: r f - - tw
.rid r. !io iirti 'hick. fin;, she .h-
ril t.,i..sl KiuiUll. tin- n.any tuvd I
Fine new . line of boyj' lii'l men s
fancy sweaters jtwt reeeir. at Hilde
brand's. Notice for Publication.
fnltwl Suirt Land f'ffire.
R.vMint. orB. i it. isi
NotlW IS krrel J f.m lks4 la cof9f4ia
with lb ul U x-t Ctmft of
Jn 1. nut:d "B tor t fW ot
Itml- Irnnd in IM SlIM'' '.lltomU.l'WU
KTd Aa4 HfciovtB Imvor." arczmJ
d to ail ia pnbii la imaa jielllfia
WM. RALPH YOfSO.
,4 ('aaneti. cjd: riackoa. viittf Waa ,
bu ibdar fiici la lba- i "'n !
irnt S". l 'r U nivb of lh X', .4
! t'.'t. s'i Ei. of SE'i. Wiun 1.
loauabip MMilA. raucc a-l. aU viU oSrr
y.-tt (a Uti im aaa navni ainr '
u(.i (or t ilmt 1ba a-ieu:-
tisral ihiws. and UWabil!t h r .mim la
u;-i 1b 1 Ufut W S HiiU. t 0 I BMta i-nr.
at atdi'. urnn.fla Moadftr, U. r i 1 day I
Nairn. tt. Ht aaai aa iSD w. fetrr .
lHi-ra. luMwn itrrunm. ;lw Wmojaj
hu. and Ixuialas WlaniSC'o Of Oial!. f
Mm H. Yoa. arp"0. Winn.
I ahnv drrn sd !' ar rjniM i f.
j. t. vr.iry.-i.
Kosr i ymroooruiBitr it j achoire
l.jxrtci e.m-.m .r 't-i. jr-l . WeeaW
1.5 j-.io oa ic Swsi " (m pine or t.T la
tat. I niiT ktft rocslaa.ly 3
jjd. If j -a at .-ok:Dz i ra boaia.
catas. tava a-lu oa or aJire
Stewart & Greacea
fcal Estju asJ Trabir Dialers
! Irv.u Or. l,.-.trical and the la-ailtiflll
. 1 -I v .. Victor. We have
..I hers like the Singer, kingimry an
Neclham. Then here is our mammoth
t. kof small v!s s"1''1 s 55 -st.-n.irt
and Wahtlrl mandolins, gui
tars, lanjos. Our immense line of vio
lins raiw in price frm 2JA to -".
We are sole .ni'tt f.-r the Colnnibia
! graphapbone an-1 supply-, bememtier
we are juiiiiing no cr.ncert bad w itn oo
cents admiioii, but our d rs ar. al
ways o"n t the public.
Opera i Monday,
;j House ; January 1Z
jThe Clara Matties Co.,
Presenting hih class Hejrtoire
ami refined Vaadiville.
THE BIG DOUBLE SHOW
Kvery prrtiuction cemplete
with special scenery, prop
TtKs, cnetumea and elec
ta ical effects.
Seale-1 l fls lo furnili 13 tiers irfrak,
and 20 tiers of old fir, Li inch wood to 1
.t..livre,t at the scho..! house in R.se-
'ifhib.,r. on or before Oct. 1st, UKK5. Will
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them a-long and happy life, 'veral j mvlv)Hj j,v ,lo mi.ler-sigiie.1 until
nice presttnt were tendenl by Iriends '
and relatives. l. M. .
Get your dental worK at it. v nea-
dle's. Painless extra t(on ol teem, n-""
TTOll SAI.K. At a bargain, a country
Resolutions of Sympathy. A
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Roseburg Islge No. 1, A. O. V. W. : tl rear ana upstairs. i..a. ...... .
Ruler of the an.l butl.lings; i acres o, ....,
chine and cash drawer, securing als.ut .... i.j, Messc.iiier, I -ath, business point tor a MacKsuuui or so. i
six dollars, four bottles of whiskey, "' L,nione.I from earthly toil and labor maker, with trade which justili -s carry-
cigars. Kntrance was gamo.1 by
12o'click noon, of Jan. LWi.
A Uilld coii litional to the faithful per
formance of the contract to furnish said
wood must accompany each bid.
The board reserves the right to reject
all bids. Py order board of directors,
Iiist. No. 4. Roseburg Ore., Jan. 10,
litttt. CLAa uiiXAao, vicra.
Prices; F.ntireloaer fl-ior. ,
W and 20rts
fning play, the military drama
-AMONG THE PSIUPnNES."
See fiivplay in Strong's furniture window
of our business lis
honesty and fair
treatment to even-
one. If oar
goods doa't please
you, return them
at once, and if wc
can't make it sat
money will be
cheerfully ref usd-
J Wear:Mfrrd U
imi the window light in the Kick door,
then crawling through the window. This
i tin il.ird robU-rv committed in this
place during the past week. The oTieers
have no clew to the cninin I.
The present session of the legislature
ilihixn-itioii to irreatlv curtail
exiNnsive bv rcilncin the c h-rk force
A eomniittis' with Kuykendall of Ijine
as chairman, has lsvn npniinled, to
which allesolntions relatives, to sisi-ial
comniittei will 1 referrwl, and the ex
jKi-tations of the economical memliers
of the senate are that the commit tei will
have a few clerks only appointed to do
ll.n work heretofore done bv ado.ell or
more. This is a commendable retrench
J. A. r.iiehanan, justice of the jteacp,
and A. J. r.iiehanan and 11. L. Marsters,
constituting two freeholders, as required
by law, have drawn the following list of
names in the Heer creek district, from
which to select jurymen for the justice
court ditrini; KKW : Jesse Morris, J. V .
Wri-ht, J. T. Hiiciianan, K. C. (Jaddis,
M. McCov, W. H. Richardson, R. A gee,
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. . . : - .. ..... .1 ,u.l- ..i (mtiairai iiii'rriiiiiiiim'.
In Kr otomal rest, one Who. IiV Her : -
. , . i i. ,.r i.:...i I l.I.lro.s t . ImKlH. levei.iii.i. t're-
... 1 1 ... . f I m.n
ness. Iial won ine love aim esicriu oi i
all ; therefore lie it
The Store where you Get the Most Change Back
i:rlr'tl. That Roseburg Ilge No. li'i.
A. O. 1. W ., desire and do hereby ex
press to our brothers, II. 1. and Itoy
McCIallen, our heartfelt sympathy in
their hour of Is-reaveinent throngh the
loss of their mother, Mrs. 0. C. McCIal
len. and would remind them of the con
soling words of the poet :
In the temjiet-t of life, when the wave
ami the dale
Are around and aUve, if they fooling
If thine eyes should grow dim and my
.-mil inn ilenart.
L.s.k iilsive and be linn and fearless of
Should they who are nearest and dear
est thy heart,
The frifiids and roin!anioiis in ieam
Nsik alsive from tlie .larkness nnrt hum
r.f I ho t.iiiib.
To that i lime where love and amotion
.'..i(f , That a copy of these resolu
tions he engrossed pud delivered to each
.f f.nr brothers, also that they Is trun-
scrilxnl iijs.n the records oi toe ixnige
in C. If. and P.
I'.. II. Lkvox,
M. F. Whiobt,
Roseburg, Ore., Jan. 7, RKCT.
Hon't forget to remember the 15ox
Social at tho M. K. Church Friday even-
Indies brim: bos. t.enlienicn
bring cash and a large appetite,
li lue a ss u red .
Trustworthy, either sex, by Whole
sale Merchandise Company ot solui
financial standing, to manage l-ocai
Hepresntatives who will organue cluhs
among consumers. 4 ir win saei
for our customers, nusincss no ex-
jnment I mt a proven success caiart , a -,h"'''0'r j, u.Vy tho n.meot tiusiaf
lS.Wl a wei'k, exm-nws advanc.4. JX,',,, Vi tl,"5 chani u o.i.uve i.
F.X'rience nnnlH,e:ar. Aiiin-K i
II. Chirkson, Mgr., XU HearUirn St.
Chicago. III.. (.isrr.')
th l ouiity Court lur Dorntls County
"lTthi uiauer it iherbange of name of Gnuf
,S r.rtl. li t"-r-by rtren thai hr or.U r ol lh
.! name.1 urt duly made aod eal rs4 o
A licit, D. R. tH M It ROOK.
County ' WxK.
Hurrah for Uncle Sam and Hurrah lor Uncle Tom
S. K S YKES
ONE NIGHT ONLY
nirl oiibliKhe.1 in the city
M; F.Rice, Chuid Wfxxlruff. A. Field. l;Ppect fully submit led
Al.io Homer, . J.. .Marners, v.
Parks, Jim Newland, John Hamlin, I),
S. K. lluick, Henry Hlirenk, W. S. Nor
man, J- M. I'.ridges, Joe Micelli, John
Kant, W. J. Urand, H. J. Wilkins, K,
(i. Jloiind, John Nachter, W. L. Mitch
ell, F.imk Ii Wimljerly, Ned (lilinore, J.
C. Stevenson, J. (1. tknnstock, N. T.
Jewett, II S. French, L. A. Walker, L.
Koldhagen, Tom Ferguson, C. P. P.arn
ard.'t.L. Wotsl, E. K. llhslgett, J. O.
Met, Oeo. Kimlmll. :
...Original Big Douilc Spectacular...
Uncle Tom's Cabin
F.rSTF.D-KLINCK At the residence
of I). J. Hill in Wilbur, Jan. 13, THW, cako Walkers.
Kdwnrd Etisbsl to (iolden L. Klinck,
J. W. Krewson, justice of tho is'sy,
Under the nmnngement of LF.ON W. WASllBrilN, tho P.arnum of all. More
M . ..1 v ties T than ever. 4ir is Scenery. Mechanical Lftccts. Prof.
Iw"8 Mi it rTlia Crt,.le Indies P.ravs Hand. Plood Hounds. I eatui.nl
kers. Miick an.i " g I'sinn-i!.. .-..o,-...... -
o...,,..... I- ... nl.l li..r l.idill.tl I hiir
Siicers. (irand Vision nn.i j riiiifioriiuinoi. .
it." Watch for the big parade-It Is-iils a I ircns
Pkcrvr.r1 Rftsits 1 KC and KOQ Xuw on rule at Strong's l umiture store.
from January 1st to February 1st, 1903
Sale 1 Sale Sale
1 20 Per Cent 10 Per Cent
j QUCTIOjN UlDUCTSON !
i " en JACKETS ! 0 OtR tN
CAPESaftRS ; TIRE STOGK
Yc Want to Clear our Stock for Inventory
WOUENBERG BROS., Phone 353