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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (July 2, 1903)
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Published on Tuesdays and Thursdays Established 1868.
a arery way satiRfactory.
ROSRHURG, DOUGLAS COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 2. 1903.
THE WAR PATH
WARNS NATIONS NOT TO
NEVER BE MADE
Tlio Associated I'resa of July 1, says it
ia authorized to Htnto that the Ktipsiwl
fiovcrnmcnt most positively mid nheo
Intel denies the reiert that it has offer
cd any olliclal explanation to the Ainer
lean Government, either through tho
KiiHsian KmbasHV at Washington or tin
American Kmbaesy at Ht. I'etersbur
ren.inllnu the Kivhinef inciilent, and tie
ulars that it bun never been aildrenceil
by the. Ameriean Uinernment on the
mihiect. I lie ltns.-iaii (iovernment must
categorically refuse to receive from any
KJwerny petitions, representations or
communications relative to its internal
It is i-eini-olliciallv announced lie re
pays aij American dispatch from Kiel
that ns a further demonstration of the
entente between the lhiperial (iovem
incut and the United States emphasized
by thu ticrman naval cordialities to the
American squadron, 1'iincu Adelbert
mid Prince Henry of Prussia with theii
suites, have been authorized to visit the
St. I.ouis Kxposition. I'riuco Adellx-rl
is Kiujteror illiam's third son. Ilei
IU years of ape.
At Chicago on ruesday, for resenting
tin' jeers of a crowd of neueboys ulnel
uero directed at his woman companions
Arthur .1. Weber, years old, Has shot
and instantly killed by one of the lxjys
1 lie HhixiJJiig look plaie In the presence
of a largo ciouil of Lincoln l'.irk viMtuix.
Il causeil great excitement, and during
the confusion tho Ijoys escaped.
William K. Iteukert, chairman of the
National Kxertitivo (Jniniiiitleo of the
United Christian p.ut, has ir-r ikmI acall
for u Niitmn.il Cmiu-ntiwi of that parly
for .May 1 to l, 1111)1, at the World's l air,
in St. Louis. The call states that th
convention will ho Held lor the purpose
of "economic discussion and peace on
Jatth, iu tho name and spirit ol Jesus
Clni.iMjiliil to further accouiplis.il this
great pin pose by iccomnicnding or mini
inating candiilates for President and
Vne-President of the I'niteil States on
a world-wide plallorui, on whiili all
Christians and patriots can stand and
finally unite, pledged to stand for the
Union in His name." The call suggests
a woman lor Vice-President.
laigeno I.inxwcllcr.edilor of the Labor
World anil Secietary of the Trades and
Lalsir As-embly of Decatur, III., has
been arrested on a bench warrant,
brought to Spiingliuld and taken before
Judge lluinpliiey, of the Federal Court,
whciehcgaw fli(R) bond to await trial
on the charge of sending Hue toning
Histal raids through the mails. Linx-
wi'ilei had .I'lit printed postal cards to
Kfii j.i in in Puller of llo-ton, Mass.,
and other advertisers requesting them
to ce.ise advertising iu the Lin Angeles,
(al. riuiesaud threateniin; a boycott
of their goods by organized labor of
Decatur il they refused to obey tho le
quest. List December tho Decatur
Trade" and Labor .Wcmbly voted to
mail thu postal cards in question to ad
crtifcrs of the 'limes.
Myrtle Creek Mailings.
C. W. Ilailey, a son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jeff Daily, me! with quite an accident
last Saturday. While hewing a log tho
axe lipped and cut his left foot, sever
ing an artery. Ho was brought to town
and had the wound dressed and is get
ting along very well.
Some unknown person entered tho
Myrtle Hotel last Thursday night and
rummaged around until some of the oc
cupantH were awakened and frightened
him away. What his intentions were is
not known, but it is presumed burglary
was bis object. Ho lever, if thissuno
pcrion or anyone elso should make tho
same attempt it will not bo very pleas
ant for them.
A portion of the 19th regiment of in
fantry passed through hero last Satur
day, in a ejiccial, on their way to Van
couver. They aro just home from tho
Phillipinea and will bo stationed at
Vancouver. Tho 17th. regiment, of
which Lester Humphreys was a mem
ber, will relieve the 19th. Tho 17th has
been stationed at Vancouver. Another
tqiecial conveying the last section of the
same regiment went north Monday.
It is H)culUr that someone with suf
ticent capital does not see the finenp
M)itunity there is in. Myrtle Creek for a
bank with a small capital to do a good
business. In the short time that we
have lieun here we have heaid many re
marks by the business men and others
to the effect that a bank would pay well
on tho investiment. All the banking
biisines" ii done with out of town banks,
the nearest being at Koseburg, the
county seat. The lack of a bank here is
a sro.it inconvenience to everyo' e doing
business here, and the copto would ho
very willing to encourage such an ad
dition to tho tow n and community,
I. IL Dean was over from tho Con
Creek valley Wednesd ly, for another I
loan oi shingles, lie is just finishing a
new barn 20x30 to keep his gnats in bail
weather. Mr. I Van started four ve.irs
ago with nine Angora goats, and from
the increase of thee alone ho has one
hundred goats. If this is not a paying
proosition we miss our guess. Ileside
there is less work connected with the
raising of goats than any tithei farm
Mr. and Mrs. John Hall depirted for
San Francisco, Wednesday, taking with
them a car of ore from the Hall mine
They will spend about ten tlavs i i the
(iolden date Citv.
Oregon Fish And (lame Laws.
THE DEAD MINERS NUM
HANNA, WYOMING IS THE SCENE
OF THE TERRIBLE
JEWS IN COUNCIL FAIL
Correspondence from Day's Creek,
Another Negro Outrager.
A news dispatch from Scottsburg Ala
bama, of Tuesday 's date says :
A mob of fifty men came hero from
Latkeiiville last night and took Andrew
I'nrgs, colored, from the jail and lynched
loin. Diggs wasunderarrest for assault
ing Miss Alma Smith, white, last Sun
I he sheriff rekisted the mob when it
appeared at the jail threatening to kill
aiiv one attempting to taketho prisoner.
The threat was met with a villev, one
h..t taking effect in the sheriff's
l g and another in his arm. A
daughter of the sheriff ran to her father
and wag aloniv covered by a pintol iu
the hands of one of tho mob and niado
to !e liver Keys of the negro's cell. Ouo
I the mob drew-ed the nheriff's wounds
nun dmtely which wan not dangerous.
The negro was taken to the woods and
hanged. The luyro made a confession
t" a I rother of tho voung lady who
iMiid the jail afler his capture.
Dr. Kinily Dunning, the first woman
pi.vsicmn to bo appmucd an ambulance '
surgeon in Now Vrk, has U'isun her 1
work. Thu Unit call was not a wrious '
matti r, however, only the traiifer of I
tuopitieuts from (iouverner lln.piul
t Pi llevue. Dr. Dunuiiig's appear- j
auce iu the aiiihulitiuv, wearing the
regulation cup, aroused much iuteiwt ,
in I he streets snd at the hospitals. I
lery precaution human foresight j
could devise has twen taken by the Au
loinol ii,. Club of Ureat llriiian, n a '
lli-i ai I !ip.' tch from IHiblin, t iruanl '
a.' un-i accident ill the ureal .ra e to-1
la en tiling th 1 1 it, esivpv .mild-
dm.: the rape. The ininpetioii will
p ' .t'.I lie one of t slid nerve of
the di ner, rather 1 1 n the W. of the
imuhiiM. High iiii .!. that iof in. .re
than -i) or HO kil.mi, ,, ,
well-nigh an ini i n,
n.ijor orliiHl ol (be r w
f. t, suicidal. Thw -
ti.'inee ill tliK fact Ilia
pear to hav bofH
cur so put at the hum I
June, L'Stli, I!i0:l
Having been near by, anil knowing all
i bout the following sad incident, I will
forward yin these few line-i describing
i" aeetiratclv as I can, the same, be
lieveini; you'll he glad to puhli.li it.
(ieorge C. Ilignins, asited bv K.
Ilaniniersley was sawing down a lean
ing maple tree about l.S inches in diam
ter near Perdue, Oregon, Friday, lune
lith, llin.'l, and was instaully killed bv
the falling tree.
The men were working on a little Hat
near tho bank of the South UmtHiiia
ivor, and near the tree is a sink iu
which Mr. Iliiruins was staudim: while
1 h." men heard the tree crack and
Mr. Ilaniniersley suggested that they
take the saw from the tree and get out
f the way, but Mr. Iliguins said they
would saw one more tro!;o after which
.Mr Hammersley grabbed the saw and
-tarled to run, but ho had tun only a
few feet w hen ho tripped and fell.
On rising, he called to Mr. Higgins,
asking if bo was hurt, but receivin; no
no reply he went to tho tree and found
him crushed toiie.ith.
While falling, tho tree had split,
harp edge striking him on
forehead, cutting a great gah in
skull and strewing his brains upon
It seem- as though Mr. Higgins
trying to step oxer a log when caught by
the trco and eruliod into the ground.
He was born iu Lafayette County,
Wisconsin, July Hth, 1S5I, and was
married in Iowa to Miss Margaret Mort,
Dec, i'J, IS75.
lie leaves a wifo and tlvo children,
four girls and ono boy, to mourn his
ueain, tho oldest daughter tieing mar
ried to Jotcph Wright.
The family recently came to Oregon
and purchased a part of the Old Stewart
Farm near Perdue, intending to make it
their future home, he, having hauled
tho last board ol lumber with which to
erriH-t a new house tho dav l eforo
met his sad death.
Loving Father thou hast loft us,
And your step no more we'll hoar,
Viul the band that onco enrossod us
Noxernwro can bo so near.
Only yesterday a hopo
Within ns brightly burnod,
Ufa happy future born below,
Hut now 'lis gone to ne'er return.
In our home a place is vacant
That can no'er again bo tilled,
And the cheerful voice once wakeful,
Sleeps in death uikju you bill.
It seeiiisiHi tad that you wero taken,
Such a loving husband, friend,
Hut we trust that you may waken
In a world that ne'er will end.
In a world when death can never
Tear asunder friend from friend,
Km where peace "hull reign foteve,"
A world ( joy, ami blis, and rett.
Lahamie, Wyo., July 30. A terrific
explosion took place at 10 :25 this morn
ing at tho Union Paciliu coal mine, at
Ilanna, Wyo,, known ns No. 1. Two
hundred men wero working in the mine
at tho time. Tlcrtoen ofthewoikmen
have been rescued from tho burning
mine, V2 of them unconscious and one
dead. Tho rescuing party, under the
lirection of tho superintendent of the
mine, which wasorganized immediately,
has succeeded in getting air into the
mine, and it is hoped to soon reach
others of the imprisoned men.
The explosion was caused by a miner
going into a condemned entry of the
mine. Quantities of gas had evidently
accumulated, lor a terrific explosion en
sued the moment the gas touched the
miner's lamp. A special train has taken
physicians nnd nurses from liawlins and
I arainio to the mine, which is ropor'.ed
to lx) burning fiercely. Most of the en
tombed miners are believed to bo on tho
six level. So far the rccuing arty has
been able to penetrate only as far as
the fourth level.
Beaver Closed for 18 yeas.
Spotteil fawn Closed at all times.
Antelope, buck, deer, moose, moun
tain sheep (except in the counties of
Grant, Harney, Malheur and Baker),
closed from November 1 each year to
July 15 of tho following year.
Female deer Closed from November
1 of each year to August 15 of follow
In the counties of Grant, Harney,
Malheur and Baker, deer and antelopo
closed from October If. of each year to QUESTION TO BE DECIDED
utKiuui i iii wie following year.
Night hunting, and the use of dogs iu
hunting deer, antelope or mooso aro pro
hibited within tho state at all times.
Limit Five deer in any one open sea'
.ik Closed until September 16, lUUt ; a snecial from Detroit nf .Tulv 1. snvs
men cioseo ociween uciober li ot each "Tho Sabbath nnestion. ono of tho
jear and September 15 of thu following ,,iost important matters now before tho
year. Limit: One elk (turning eacli Jewish nennle. was taken on at lmlav'1
SOME FUTURE ASSEMBLY
it is uniawiui to sell, or have in pos
session lor sale, elk meat at any
It is unlawful at any timo to bunt,
purine, tako, kill, injure, destroy or
session of the Central Conference of
American llabbis. Kabul J. Voorsang
er, of San Franci-co, chairman of the
Sabbath committee, appointed at the
ast meeting, to consider all phases of
the JewUh Sabbath and the question of
. . ... i
navo in jiossession any ueer, oik, moose, changing it from Saturday to Sunday
mountain sheep or spotted fawn, for tho presented tho roport of the committee.
KSTI.MATKII NUUIIKK Ob" IIKA1)
At I o clock the party of rescures
roaclied tho surfacu with tho bodies of
25 miners who were taken out of the
mines by the rear shaft, or man hole.
Some of the men were alive when-found,
but many will die. Those that can ti Ik
say that tho men who wero working fur
ther on in the mine are probably dead
A conservative estimate places tho
number of dead at 175.
Of 282 men who went into the Union
I'.icilio Coal Company's No. I mine
yesterday morning at Ilanna, Wyoming,
2:i.5 wero killed by the explosion of black
damp that occiiried at llhllO o'clock in
tho morning, Tuesday. Most of the
dead are Philanders and negroes.
Members of the re-euing party tell of
pitiful scenes about tno 17th level as
leep as it has been possible to penetrate.
Some of the survivors were driven in-
sano and fotu'ht like llends agtiust the
rescuers. Dazed, listless suevivors were
found sitting on cars or lying on the
llwor, careless of whether they lived or
died. Near tho 17th luvsl 20 bodies
were found strewn over a pile of debris
winch the men had striven to surmount
before, overcount by tho deadly fumes
Somo were soared and blackened bv
flames, but all bad died crawling toward
iresn air. i ne 1 1 rescuers, who peno'
rated this far, were too weak to bring
out a body,
l or hours the scene at the mouth of
the level was heartieiiding. With
clothes and hair aw ry, mothers, wives
sweethearts' and children huddled toget
her en ing, and w ringing their hands
Many sat on shattered timbers blown
irom the mine s mouth, insensible to
their surroundings. The most frantic
pushed to the edge of the gap and tried
to force a way into the slope.
A special to tho Desert News from
Ilanna, Wyo., says: Officials of the
'iiion Pacific mine have given up al
nopooi reaching the entombed miners
dive. Two hundred and eighty men
went into thu mine yesterday morning,
and of this number -IS have been ac
counted for. if these W wero brought
out alive snd two dead. No bodies have
been removed since yesterday afternoon
but rapid progress is being made and
more victims may bo brought to the sur
Prosidentll. G. Burtandother oilicials
of the Union Pacific, and Superintendent
D. O. Clark, of the Union Pacific Coal
Company, arrived hereearly Wednesday
a il have taken pi r.-oi:nl charge of the
work of removing dobis from the stoio
and entries and reaching the bodies of
the victims. Tho miners Mievo the
awful explosion occurred on tho 17th
level from tho fact that tho slope and
entries are more and more choke 1 as it
approached. Tho bodies found hero
will probably bo badly burned and
An imprevii-od hospital has U"en
located near tho mouth of tho topo and
the morgue is close at hand, but there
probably will be house for the former
unlets it is to care for thoso who may be
injured in removing tho debris. Of the
232 miners believed to have been killed
by the explosion. 215 were men and the
balance boys from IS to 20 years of age.
One hundred and sixty-live were
married and leave large families.
Tho committee, after a most careful
consideration , decided that it had not
jurisdiction to recommend anything in
the nature of legislation looking t ward
any change, and declared that the con
ference was incompetent to legislate any
fundamental Jewish institution oat of
Tho commission reported that a defi
union of tho religious authority that
should regulate the authority and disci
plino of tho Jewish jieople was para
mount to any other uuestlon. Thov
recommended the creation of a National
conference, composed of Kabbis nnd
laymen, constituting an authority to
which all ritual and discipline questions
might bo referred. This plan is, in of
feet, a scheme to consolidate the confer
enco of American Kabbis nnd the Union
of Hebrew Congregations for tho mir
poso of creating anorganic union be
tween both lodio3.
The commission also reported that
while historically they could not find
iiny argument to declare a change fn m
Saturday to Sunday schismatic they
would prefer to relegate so important a
pietion to any future authority proper
ly constituted to decide it.
Immediately after the report was read
the Kabbis went into executive session
to consider it, and announced that at it
clo-e they would issue a statement on
Reduced lixcursion Kate of tils
Seaside anil Mountain Resorts
(or 111 Summer.
UH!l tiir Site.
even gmul row. and at'veu calves
io , iiir.- ai hi . II,. i
He I on tin
. I ', in
' H " ' s in., I lo-t . i
; H i I .teen Konebury o l
I ... . ... , hunting coat ctintaii '
w. tas f rartridjn. one hunting eo....
, one ulmmi uni drinking cup. The
tinder w II mmm- return to I. I1. Carle.
Wwk ending 6 p. ui , July 1, IMS.
Maximum temperature, Aev on 2tr.b.
Minimum temperature, Li u 30th,
Rainfall for tie neck, 0 IS.
total rainfall nine Ut of month. 0.74.
Average Mi n fall f.r this nimtb for
2ft ear-, 1 17.
1 1 till ruliibtll Irom Sept. 1 to
rr ige r.iii ft ! fr in .-ot 1 to
purjioso of obtaining the skin, hide,
boms, hams, or other llesh of such ani
mai, tor tno purpose ot sale, barter, ex
change or trade, except upon permission
from the State Game and Forestry War
Silver gray squirrel Closed from Jan
uary 1 to October 1 of each year
Ducks, geese, swan Limit, 100 in one
week and not more than 50 in ono dav
for one man.
In the counties of Jackson, Klamatl
and Lake, season closed from January 1
to September 15 of each year.
Water rail and upland plover Closed
from January 1 to August 1 of each year.
Limit Ten brids in one day.
There are provisions against trapping,
netting, ensnaring, robbing nests and
placing of poisoned wheat, and against
trespass, which apply to all sections of
Salo of grouse, pheasants and quail i
permitted during the last 15 days of th
open season, subject, however, to the
restrictions placed upon hunting in the
different sections of tho state. A record
must be fcept of each sale.
Knglisli or gray partridge, capercailzie
moorhen, wild turkey, woodcock, siher
pheasant, g. Iden phe isant, copper pheas
ant, green Japanese pheasant and
Keetes pheasant Cosed until October
I nunc chicken, grouse, native pheas
nit or milled grouse, ringed-necked or
China torquatiis pheasant, email. Ilol
o. . .
ii one sagecocK uioseil Irom Ill-cumber
I of each year to October 1 of the follow -
I ig year.
Counties of Jo-ephine, Jackson, Coos
i .i . ... .
iiuiy aim iiaisop liing-neiKeil or
China torquatiis pheasant Closed until
September 15, 1UU1; then closed between
December 1 of each year and September
10 of the following year.
Kastof the Cascade mountains (except
uasco county - Pheasant i except native
pheasant or milled grouse) and quail
(except Hob White quail (Closed at all
times. Sagehen, sageeock, grou-e, na
live pheasant or milled grouse Clo
'"m .Mivemner i ot each year to August
1 of the following tear. Prairie chicken
chiM-d until August 15, PjOI; thin
cio-eu irom .xiveiiibur u, ot each ear
to August 15 of the following veat. Itol
White quail (except in Klamath and
Lake counties) Closed until October 15,
l!K).ijthen closed between I'ccemlier 1
of each jear and Oitotier 15 of tho fol
liiack bass upon from June 1 to
Octolier 1 of each year. Onlv hook and
lino mav be u.-ed.
Trout-May bo caught only with book
nnd line. Limit of size, not less than
live inches. Limit nf catch. 125 in one
lay. .Mght llshiug prohibited, except
within tide waters of Coquillo river, but
only hook and lino mav bo used. Sale
Kastern brook trout, Loch I.even trout
and grayingClosed until April 1, lt0t.
Union trout Open at all times, ex
cept that fishing for salmon trout is re
stricted to tidewaters during the months
of Novomlier, December, January, I'eb- A mob of 50 marched from Larkenville
ruary and March of oach year. Ala., Monday night and took Andrew
ISO oi dynamite, powder, gas, lime, Diggs, colored, from jail and thence to
cocculus milieus, poiKin, etc., prohibited, the woods to be lynched. Diggs bad
Dynamiting trout and other food or been am"dod for assaulting Miss Alma
game fish is made a omtontiarp ollense. Smith, white, at Larkinville. last Sun
I ho law also prohibits the dumping of day night, and was taken to Scottsboro,
The Southern Pacific Company has
placed on sale, at vey low rates, n round
trip tickets to thu various resorts along
its lines, aut j,H0 j,, coniu'ction with
the Carvallis & Kastern Kuilroad, to De
troit and tho seaside at Ynmtina Hay.
utter tivkets good for return until Oc
Three-day tickets to Ynqtiina H.iv,
good going Saturdays, returning Mon
lays, are on sale at greatly reduced
rites, from nil points Kugono and
north on both Last and West Side
Lines, enabling people to spend Sunday
at the seaside. erv low round trin
rates are als i mado between Portland
mil same points on tho Southern Paclic,
good going Saturdays, returning Sunday
or Monday, allowing Portland people to
p"iid Sunday in tho country and the
mt-of-tnwii people to have the day in
Tickets from Portland to Yaquina
Hay, good for return via Alhauv and
Kast Side, or Corvallis and West Side,
at option of passenger. B.iggago checked
through to Now port. A new feature at
Newport, this year, w ill bo an un-to-
late kindergarten in charge of an ox-
enenced Chicago teacher.
A beautifully illustrated booklet de
scribing the seaside re-orts on Yaquina
Hay has beeen published by tho South
ern Pacific and Corvallis it Kastern rail
roads, and can lo secured from any of
their agents, or by addressing W. K.
Coinan, (i.P A., S. I'. Co., Portland,
or Lilwiu Stone, .Manager C. nnd E. K.
It., Albany, Oregon
and if our SPRING and SIMMER
Lino is not better than auy other, don't buy
from us. We are showing this season the
Latest Styles in
Snk Gausc Novelties, Sole Jourec, Silk
Zephyr, Corded Chambray, Lawn Caladlnc
Novelties, Taney Madrass Organdies,
Lawn Slnaloa Novelties, Minerva Dimities,
Leno Applique Lawn, Alton Dimity, Blouse
Linens, Organdies, Linen Batiste, Chal
lles, Sursuckcr Ginghams, Percale
AND ALL THE LATEST IN DRESS GOODS
SKirtS-- town, and our linaof Underskirt cannot b
"Embodies many special foatttres that will in
torest you. Tho clothing that wo sell frnm th..
. ' . . j mumreiiiiir um same quality. .iso a now
OUR SHOI-S SI'UAK FOR THEMSELVES.
Sole Agents for the V. L. Douglas Shoe
Our Spring and Summer Line of Clothing
Itii,ni i ti. i ... . i i . JUUi mo cioining that wose from the
. III cn .fi , t ,oLoMPS ra , is-noycryeaso finely tailored nnd thoroughly dependable. Wo recommend it
wun i eminence even though our prices aro lower than nnv nil
and up-to-date line of Ladies' and Gent's Neckwear.
The People's Store
II. L. STl OLEi
ALL MSKASKS TKKATKI) HCCCES.-KUU.Y
j Kekldouce 8.M, Krridenre,
(Olliccltca t.,i KosebuiB
UlUco : liooin It Tailor A Witmi- Illock
KXHnihlAlloil FftH mi hn.il, 1) in - a
2 tnSp. m. iirailuiiti! Mill Collt-Kuof IMeunatbT
:nWiK M. HkOWN.
Q V F1SUEU, M. D.,
UUice over P. O. Koskbi'ro.
rhone Main 591. Ohkoon.
QU.(il-X). K. HOl'CK,
Pliyscian & Surcreon.
Offlce Review Km.
rnom .Main ji
jjL.MKK V. HIIOVKK,
PHYSICIAN AND MTItUKO.V
iportai Rttcutlnn invrn to I1Inm' ol the Nn
loor Miulh ot City 11 II
Ifflce- Main St.. ,iii .
Hume. Main .111,
L W IIWNKi
Attorney nf Law,
mniHAt .MutMurl- HWk., KOSIillt'KU,
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liiltiu ca.i-i. a f,i4ialty.
I.ale KMiilvcr tl. 8 l.lDdOrlCB
JOHN II SHUI'K,
KoSUBl IU , OlIKION
llnkiiiii. 1 tori; U.S. Land Oniceatid l'lutat
liliflln M a njn'Ctultr.
nnli'ti- A l.i nl, mn llnilitliii;.
a ii ..rai-tii in all rim state and Feiioia' Uotiri
illtlu in Mark' IllHa.. K(itibiirir. Orimon
im 1 ami 2
JA 11UU1IANAN, Notary I'ublie,
Collections a Specialty.
Manitera H in I I i tiif KIHKBUKU, (
sawilust, planer tbaviug and lumber
waste into trout or salmon ttreams.
for safe keeping. Sheriff Au.tin resisted
the mob until he was shot down and the
kevs taken from him.
Itev. J. II. Drown, pastor of the J""
Methodist church of Ve?t Hofoburg.
will preach at Cleveland, Oregon, July
6th, at 11 a. m . and also at the French
Settlement tchool house, al three p. m
the same day. The public is invited
to come and hear the word of the Lord.
After being arted from her baby fi
a longtime, Mrs. Maud Kelly, of Seattle,
recognized the child on the streets of
Olympia, Tueslay, and abducted it.
One black jiorsewitb star on forehead,
two buck feet White, will Heigh alaiUt
l.yOO Miiiii.Js. Mr.ijed from my pavture
alioilt two weeks ago A Kkikv. fiotf.
Attorney at Law
Taylor A Wilnon Hlrwli
R. W- PENN,
(Lately with tho government gsographical and geological survey of Braiil,
United States Deputy Mineral Surveyor.
Ollleo over IVMollice. HOSHBURO, OREGOrl.
A. C. MARSTER5 d CO.
We Want Your Patronage
and as an inducement we offer U. S. 1'.
Standard Drugs, Fresh Patent Medicines,
High Grade Perfumes, Soaps, Toilet Arti
cles, and Specialties
ItYAX, CIVIL KNUINLKIt
KIIANK KYAN.TIMilKR KSTIMAToIl
Office, Hooin r. Taylor At Wllwui Muck
Averagi' prvcipltatlan lor rft it
TH.Mi. I iB.-l, i)wrvi
We offer One Hundred Dollars lb-
ward for any caw of Catarrh that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F J. Cmkncv A. C , Toledo, ii.
Wa, the uinh-rsi-jned, have known 1".
Chenev foi the last 15 yens, an I I-
bee him ierfe, tly hoiior.-liln in j.l
buaii.em Iraiikai lions ni..l rj . n, ia I
able I" carry i.rl nnv nbhgailoiia ma
b tin ir tirin
W et .v Tain W h-eaale Irig-t,,
Wiii.m., k v JariK, Whole-
ai l'ro.-k- I .1. .1 . O
lli j' ' ' l taken internal-
'i HI the h1. ol ai .1
I - -' I i - of till- l-tl III
li-liin it ial n-iit ti e I ric.- 7"- r
U tile. S.,hl l all lining -t.
Hull's f au l.v 1'iL- are ii.v l-t
ii.HBER ANI) GRAZING
I'ltv ,iti I Mining I',-.ik , tbiiin-
-T.-.l'l- ull'i J I'lila r lUinia L-atiil.
tin- U -t ii .- r.t Xn f- ,ai.
until I iling trptn, Kelin.pih-
lllftlt '., .glit Uli. roM. ;
stpwart Land Co.,
k'uom 4, Taylor & W ilsoa Bkxl
r.-n t.t Krn rir I tl,. Virth
I'd tili In ! hi . . u ui i 1 1 or.-
lf"li K'tlle.l Iii ill. U'mt r. ,,t it,,
Niirtiittol T nlj li - ll.unrt'i.l
FOR WH5TRRN PROPLI:
Si (pr lor $t oo. l.t thn act cch
It in if i ti
Mr- Ii I ) s
'ht fi'-Ult lial j(r vt
fdrin ia r (
Of your life if you buy a buggy, hack or road wagon before
you inspect our stock of John Deere vehicles.
We Are After You
Haven't missed a sale since car arrived. Tnnncf U nf
spring goods ever brought to the county.
CHURCHILL d W00LLEY
ill W Y
nave You been
The Wash Goods, in all Colors and
Prices, at WOLLENfiERG BROS.'?
Also that swill line of Wash Suits, Chil
dren 'n liri-ssch in all agi-s. The style is
correct and pattern new.
In all the new styles and shapes. Wo are
aent- for the famou- Kabo Corset.
Thi- Store will dost- every evening nt 6
oMock, except Saturday.
I WOLI ENBERG BROS., Phone 801.
YOU 5rl )i.'i.l) WR l) T
IIOMESTBI) AMI I'UINDKALbR
A. FOSf'hR & UJ
ijil'. l-.KN MhS I
v -i -ii 1 1 1 1 i - ir i 4ii i Mil,
. A I - I !l , ,
r i v. I. i it-.y (,i i.N
go to THE ROSELEAF for
HND SMOKERS' SUPPLIES.
Jackson Street. - - Roseburg, Oregon