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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 17, 1904)
I GOOD GOODS
Have Made us Many Customers
Enable us to Retain oar Customers
PRETTY NOVELTIES f
Have attracted customers and bv
means of this advertisement we seek to gain
We want to call attention
new customers to please, along: wth our rld ones
to the new goods arriving constantly, many of which are pretty novelties that
have made big hits iu the cities, and which we have made special effort to procure
in order ;o more thoroughly demrnstrate the fact that we keep abreast of the times
I THE PEOPLE'S STORE
I. ABRAHAM, PROP.
IjHfiMlLTOH DRUG CO.
We Dispense Soda
Water at 34 Fahr.
THAT'S COLD ENOUGH
All our Syrups are Prepared
from Special Material by :
BBS T METHODS
In Preparing our IcejCream we
use Clean C'eam, Rich in But
ter Fat Only 20c Per Pint.
HAMILTON DRUG CTl
Mrs. C F. Davis left on Sunday
eight's overland for Portland.
J. P. Johnson, dentist, ti rave's
supplies at Markers' Drug
Kead the I'lainokall-r's special pre
mium proposition ou the last page of the
Mrs Fred Smith left for Oakland this
morning, and after a few days will go to
Hon. 11. O. Sounemann, of Glendale,
is in the city looking after business
Hank Gass Davis is becoming hoarse.
Probably from saying "No" to Tom
Homer (Slate) Hunter, who was in
the city several days last week, returned
to Portland Friday night.
It will pay old and prospective sub
scribers to read the Plaindkaukr ad on
the last page of the paper.
John Hunter left this morning for
Wildwood to look after lua interests in a
sawmill locate.! it that pi ice.
Ja. Templi : retuni.-d Saturday from
attending the Grand Ixxige of the
Knights of Pythias at Seaside.
Gold crow n and bridge
quality by Dr. Strange.
work of best
Reliable crown and bridge work, J.
P. Johnson, dentist. Grave's b'ld'g. 49tf
A marriage license has been issued
E. H. Duncan and Cordelia Haight,
The average girl hasn't much use for
a young man who fails to muss her hair
See Sykes & Carroll and get their
prices on plumbing and tinning before
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Barker, of Drain,
were in the city several days last week.
Thev returned home Friday night.
Geo. Haynes, who for the past two
months has ben visiting in Sew York
City, is in town visiting relatives and
friends for a few days.
T. E. Strode and wife of MyrUe Creek,
stopped over in Roseburg Sunday night
with friends while on their retnrn h.me
from a vist to Gardiner.
Merchant 1.. E. Millege of Dillard Wat
transacting business in Roseburg today.
C. S. Glasgow, who has lieen on the
sick list, is now able to be on the street
A little child of Mr. Boat has beaa
qnite sick at the saw mill.
W. H. Graham and family of Days
Creek moved to town lust week and are
occupying Mrs. Butcher's hMM until
they purchase property.
Bernard DeVore returned Friday from
a brief sojourn at Sutter City, Calif.
Will Fallfr, assessor of Josephine
; county, is rfeitiag his brother, John Tal
E. L. GoodrMirc lias returned to the
Gold Bug mine, where he is employed.
Win. fackeoa an I family have return
ed to tow ii and an- occupying the home
recently vac.it-d by Uaac Bailey.
Be. B A Briefed, wile and laiy ar
rieed Titer! o Bee. Bristol was as
signed lolhi-i charge by the last M. E
confereiu'i- A iiitniler el menders of
the congrc.-1' ion ten lered them a dona
tion parl Friday evening.
The live nionlL- .1.1 urn of Mr. and
Mrs. F. O. Mclntjre, for rlv ol this
place, died at Grants Pase Oct, l.r and
was brought here lot burial Sun I iv.
Miss Kite Cobb returned Saturd iv
from a month's visit in Se it tie and Ta
S. C. Miller and Wm. Gage of Dillard
were in town looking after busin -s
Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Arnold, who were
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. N. Carmen,
left Saturday evening for Riddle for a
weeks visit at that place.
For nervous disorders or eye trouble,
don't fail to hare a talk with Dr. H. L
Studley , Ostoopatic Physician, in Abra
hams building. Consultation free.
tl a dew on
Hon. A R. Mattoon of near Grants
Pass was looking after business in Rose
burg today. He predicts a prosperous
mining season in Josephine connty.
John Terry an old gentleman of Tun
nel 5, was brought to Roseburg recently
and placed in the County Farm by
order of Judge Thompson, he lieiog in
The ladies of the Presbyterian church
will conduct a Rummage sale in the
board of trade building ol the Douglas
county bank for five days commencing
Oct. 25. They will also serve lunch on
City Council Compromises.
One of the hardest things to find in
this world is a friend who isn't hard up
at the same time you are, says Editor
Roberts of the Myrtle Point Enterprise,
after being turned down by the last of a I tared sun flower,
Mrs. K. E. Thornton kith
the premises i f Mrs Ottilt
l'nlaMMia a few da a ago.
Mrs. Maggie Carter has arrived from
South Dakoia ind wiil in I he future re
Bide with her father. C. G. I Mil land, on
William Brown Co., ol Salem, have
purchase! the remaining 1 1 mm pounds
of hos in the Stearns yard. Shipment
was made yesterday.
W. A. Taylor went to Drain the first
part of the week, wiieie he purchased
ls.ooo ae shell ot wheal which will be
shipped to Oakland and cou crtcd into
Charter Oak Hour.
Miss Alma Hanna is holding a posi
tion in a Cottage Grass. Millinery store, j
Many friends regret Miss Hanna's de
parture from Oakland and bops she has ,
a desirable position.
Mrs. M. C Shambrook and daughter, ;
Miss Cecil, went lo Portland Wednes
day, where they will remain a few days
and may then visit the fair at St. Louis.
Many friends wish them a pleasant isit
and safe return.
Among the many exhibit-at ll Mice
of the Oakland Real I '.state Co, is a
cluster ol Flaming Toka grapes from the
farm of J. F. Whitney that again demon
strates the fact that vineyards will pay
in Southern Oregon.
Among the products of C H. Man
pin's farm near Kellogg is a well ma-
with a stock 10 feet
number of friends for the loan of a V
Two hundred telephone girls are on a
strike at Portland. Obnoxious rules is
the cause ol the strike. Thev are receiv-
li ing aid from oUter unions.
If yon want to keep posted on county
affairs, subscribe for the oldest paper in
the county, the Plaisdealkb.
For the best dental work at most rea
sonable prices, go to Dr. Strange in the
little brick opposite Slocum's hail.
The Ladies' Aid Society of Wilbur
will give a pie social at the Academy,
Oct. 22. All are in-
For Sale. Pure bred Mammoth
Bronze turkeys, gobblers and hens.
Have taken various prises at different
fairs. Call on or address J. H. Shost,
Roseburg, Or. Oct. 17 P
If you are in need of Lace Curtains we
have a large stock, but if you want
b.,,.,hiI.mic eenwiallv nice wait for our
new line wnicii we exi;i iu " j
The swellest ever brought to the city
Rice & Rice.
8. K. Sykes, the popular hardware
man, has a new display ad in Uie Plaix-
de t lee today which is of especial inter
est to the farmers
Mrs. F. B. Hamjin and son, and Mrs.
C. E. Fields, of Roseburg, were regis
tered at the Hotef Oregon in Ashland
All members of the Brotherhood of
America are requested to be present at
our next regular meeting, llmralav.
Oct 20 at 7 :30 o'clock. Business of im
portance is to come before the lodge.
The wall written story, "In the Bow-
els of the Earth," and other short
stories has appeared in book form, the
author being Chas. Weltie Evans.a uni
versity student at Eugene. The book
is interesting and ablv edited and is on
sale at book stores at 15 cents a copy.
Attorney-General A. M. Crawford and
Judge E. B. Watson were in Ashland
Thursday enroote to Lakeview on legal
busi neae. Tidings.
Don't over look our Crockery Depart
ment. We have the largest stock in the
city and the prices are right. Rice 4
Bin, The House Furnishers.
J. D. Hamilton returned Thursday
from a business trip to Cor Bay. He
says with the mills and factories in op
eration everybody is busy over there.
Mummev Brothers have completed
Cottage Grove's new sewer system and
returned to Eugene and are said to have
done a rood iob. the new sybtem being
entirely satisfactory to the Cottage
Grove city council.
Jos. Martin is running a new hack
line between Roseburg and Myrtle Point
! making regular trips each week. Those
desiring to travel between these points
will do well to address him at Koeetmrg
or MyrUe Point. '
Material and machinery for the new
Ractorv was shipped from the
East last Wednesday and will be here in
a few days Mr. Burr received a phone
message that the lumber was Leing
loadsd today at Myrtle Creek.
Dr. E. M. Cheadle, a former dentist of
this city who recently sold his business
interests here to Dr Strange, was here
Friday looking after business matters.
As yet he has not chosen a new location
and contemplates visiting Coos Bay be
fore locating permanently at any place.
Hood River Valley aspires to be the
apple country of the Pacific coast. Al
ready they boast of an area of 3000 pro
ducing acres, with 40,000 acres yet to be
brought nnder cultivation. Bearing or
chards are selling at from $300 to f 1000
Jos. B. Lane, a grandson of General
Jos. Lane, was killed at St. Paul, Minn
last week, by the accidental discharge
of his revolver, which was discharged in
a grip which he was carrying, by drop
ping it on a stone pavement. He was a
son of Nat. H. Lane. The remains will
be buried at Portland.
Do you know that Rice & Bice have
more goods in their store than all the
other furniture store in Douglas connty,
Houteu returned Friday j and sell it at lower prices. They can ao
this because ttiey uuy in canowu -
and save freight and can save yon money.
Come and get our prices and make corn-
from a visit to his old home in Iowa,
having been absent nearly eix weeks.
He says crops there are unusually good
this year. (panson.
Sykes & Carroll have moved their
plumbing shop from the old Flook
building on Main street to No. 2 in Jack
son street, the building formerly oc
cupied by F. E. Hands Cigar Store, and
are prepared to handle anything in the
plumbing and tinning line. Phone No
long, and a squash weighing 7 pounds.
And yet "Cap" says he is making no
special pretense at fancy farming.
K. L. Stephens returned from Port
land Tuesday evening. Mr. Stephens
reports that bifl sou Herman is in the
Crystal Springs hospital at Mount
Tabor, iuiprovin.' very rapidly and will
perhaps rerurn home completely re
lieved from an attack of partial facial
paralysis in a couple ol weeks.
Dave McCollum took a wagon load of
provisions to his mill on Hinkle Creek
Wednesday. The goods were hauled by
two ox teams. Do not infer from this
paragraph that Oakland is slow. Dave
learned to drive oxen in Missouri yawn
ago and naturally feels at home w hile
commanding a bovine regiment, but he
is going to fall iu line right away and
adopt only up to-date method. He now
thinks automobiles, electric car, electric
lights and all other modern improve
ments are none to good for Oakland
The Farmers' Institute was called to
order Wednesday at 1 p a, by Chair
man A. F. Brown. At his request the
audience remained standing and sang
the National air, "America " The ad
dress of welcome bv .1. L. Hunt was a
masterly effort, clearly showing the
speaker has progressive ideas along the
lines of modern farming. The speaker
said a practical education is required in
farming the same as in any other call
ing. He believes in good roads, rural
mail routes, telephones and all other
methods calculated to place the tiller of
the soil in touch with both the scientific
and business world. Mr. Huni's words
of welcome were heartily received bv
Dr. Withycombe and associate instruc
tors from the Agricultural College
At a special meeting of the City Coun
cil Thursday evening called for the pur
pose of perfecting a settlement of an old
data held against the city by the water
company, the latter being represented
by Governor Chamberlain, the follow
ing resjlution was adopted:
On motion made by I). S West and
duly seconded by C. W. Parks, it was
resolved that if the Roseburg Water and
Light Company will give the City Coun
cil or City of Bossbnrg, :n may Hereafter
be determined upon, an indemnity bond
of double the amount agree. 1 upon as a
compromise of their cl dm, the city will
pay as a compromise of said claim $100
pat month as n reasonable compensation I
for services rendered in furnishing light!
to the City bstWW'ia alxnit the sp ing of I
1102 and shoal the spring of 1904, less I
deduct i ins for lo. to Ite agreed up hi bv
the city and Said company
Old company's claim For lidding:
from March M0t3 to March 1904, S988 '
50 from which 'i here it a dodacthw ol
almnt S for services not received,
leaving a balance of 27ol 50.
City's proposition To pay the hid at .
the rate of 1 100 per month. $25 less thai
the OOatraot price, giving the city a re
hate ol 9900 oat tbe whole bill aad leav
ing the com pan v a balance of $21.M.50 '
Governor (ieo. E. Chamberlain, who
Wat present in behalf of the company,
gave the assurance that under a stipula
tion executed by the attorneys iu th I in
junction suit. lh" injunction issued by
Judge Hanna. of the lower court, and
which is now pending before the Su
preme Court, would be dismissed by
the latter in case an amicable settle
ment of the case was reached between
tha opposing parties. As to the City's
proposition for a settlement, (iovernor
Chamberlain stated that he would sub- i
mil it to the company and immediately
after their action thereon would com
municate with the mayor of Roseburg, '
who would call a special meeting of the
council to authorize payment of th.- re
1 u i-l claim, if same is accjpted by the
The saloon bonds of the following per
sons were approved : Fred Poquetb-. C
L. Reed, T. C. Bloomer A Co., Frank
UoodoMUa, A. Johnson, J. E. Oochras,
C. H. Harmon, Frank Kennedy. S W. '
Duggvr and Chsddo k A Chappell.
Four bids were submitted 081 the
work of furnishing material and build
ing oner te walks and gutters around
the city hall, as follows : G. Worthing-;
ton. ttt; H.J Clark. $525: F. F. Pat-i
terson. 510; M. W. Aldrich. 1996. The j
smallest of these four bids represented
more money than the council thought
they should expend at this time, and all
losW bids were rejected.
A very animate! and somewhat aen- ;
monous discussion arose over street im
provements between the Mayor ami
I Council men Norman and Sykes, the re
' suit of the Mayor's refusal to consent to
the payment of the bill of Jasper Wil
kin for the improvement of the east
end of Caas street on the gro ind
that the requiremauts of the contract
had not been carried out.
THE BIG STORE
THE BIG STORE
ur shelves are filled to overflowing with new, seasonable goods : Each
'department exhibits a complete assortment of the kind of goods thai
appeal to tbe eye and pocket book equally : The price is always consistent
with the quality A look is all we ask
BLACK CAT BICID
KL -Ml A. WlS.
needs no intro
ities are guaran
teed : Hade for
children and ba
bies, in cotton
and wool i Host
styles . in cotton
for Fall is, if pos
sible, more sight
ly and desirable
and Blacks of
And prices are
$12.50 to $20
We cannot boast too much of the Florsheim Shoe for men. Hundreds of
men in Roseburg will testify to its fitting and wearing qualities. All
Styles in Patent, Vici, and Calf. Most styles sell for $4, $4 50 and $5.
tiage Millinery stands for style,
originality and quality. We are
sole distributors in this vicinity.
Thompsons (ilove Fitting Corsets are all
that their name implies. All styles and
.-izes. Prices run from 50c to f 2.50.
We are sole agents for The Sorosis
petticoat, made better than is nee
essary. Priced from $1.25 to $4 50.
The New Fall Styles of Men s Hats are Here-$1 to $5
Circsit Curt Hot.
Toward the close of the day the aver
Ae business man has met so n. my
grumbler that if a man conies in uith
the right kind of a smile on he can get
anything he want.
I. L CawshrO is at.
EsMSBta, Or , Oct. 15. I. L. Camp -ell.
pioneer editor of the Eugene (iuard, who
was seised with a paralytic stroke yes
terdav, died at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
Assistant Supervisor A. S Ireland and
Forest Rangers 6, M. Ingram. K. J.
Watson and K. I.. Calkins, came in from
he mountains on the 15 inat., after a
strenuous summer's work. Mr. Ireland
reports that while they had numerous
small tires, no serious or destructive
fires prevailed in the Southern division
of the Cascade Forest Reserve this sea-
A HARMONIOUS ARRAY.
A fart Treat Awaits Tkesc was Will Pay a Visit
to the Bsrr Nssk Bosk.
RICE & RICE
Can Furnish Vcur House Complete
Largest Store Largest Stock
Can we sell you a sew
ing machine? Call
and we will convince
you we hold no rela
tion with agents and
can save you at least
1-2 the price they want
ALL KINDS OF SCATS IN STOCK
We caw re-sei
them at a small
cost to you s t t
L. G. Mathews, of the Deer Creek
neighborhood, was in to see the Plain
dealer Saturday and squared up his
subscription for tbe paper to Oct. 1906
Mr. Matthews is the kind of a fnend a
newspaper ran appreciate. He sub
scribed for the Plaindealek twenty-five
years ago and has never missed an issue
of the paper since that time.
H. s. Whitney, who has occupied the
J. C. Aiken farm fn Edenbower for some
years past, has purchased the Vsil prop
erty at Old Oakland and has moved
there with his family to reside. J. W.
lsen, who has been on the McWilliams
farm on Deer Creek, will take charge of
the Aiken farm, it is stated.
Civil Engineer R. W. Kenn,
Friday from Elkton, where he has Iteen
looking over the workings of the 1'inp-
qua Coal Co. They are now running a
second tunnel on the opposite side of the
mountain from the former workings.
The new tunnel is in to a depth of about
70 feet, and they now have a 30-inch
vein of high grade coal, and the vein is
idening rapidly. The work is progress
ing in goott snape, and Mr. renn is
much pleased with it.
You Can Save Money by Buying Your Famlture of Us
All the new and beaulltni in neo
Furniture at verj lo price. All late weii
j.atlerD from tbe chepet 3-plece MM t
iu u txt polished oak at ISO. Buret Iron
Bedt at S3.MI to K. Handsome Dresser,
lull lte, SSJO to sao.00 : ! : j
Keaiililul SOW Carpet ln " toe late1
weave anl coloring. It will pay you to
aee them : Price from Oc to $1.40 per y.l
Fifty roll ot Mattlnn -fluent line joa erer
aaw at from lac lo 35c per yard : :
The Peer of all th acme of perfection
our llneof Stove and Range. Hesters S2 2b
to tie. Cook Stove s.so to saa Beantllul
Hieel Range with high cloaet sso lor 4-hole;
132 ao and sas for 6-hole, delivered to your
Dearest railroad station without extra coat.
Deputy U. 8. Marshal L. N. Blower,
of Poi t land, was in tbe city Thursday
evening serving witness subpoenas on
C. 8 Flint, Albert Crouch and George
W. Taylor in the esse of John W. Gard
ner and W. H. McCrossen, timber cruis
ers, whose hearing before the Federal
Grand Jury, in Portland, has been set
for the 19th of this month, Wednesday.
Mrs. S. C. Bartrum will go to Port
land tomorrow to attend, as a Douglas
County delegate, the Annual State Con
vention of the W. C. T. I!., which con
venes in that city Oct. It, M and '.'1st.
Mrs. Bartrum, at the close of the Con
vention, will spend several weeks visit
ing with friends in the metropolis, and
at other northern Oregon lioints. The
genial Foiest Supervisor will probably
proceed to entertain his friends (gentle
men) in regal style at his spacious home
a la smoker, stag social or otherwise
in the absence of his better seven-eights.
The fall opening sale at Burr's Music
House is proving a great success and
careful buyers are taking advantage of
it. Instruments are leaving the store
every day, and why should they not
when a few dollars down and 1 cents
st i each day will make the monthly pay
j ments on a tine piano.
Think ol a tine new piano for JtJ or
returned a tine new Needham that usually sells
for :::.0 for 88, and the Kimball which
is known all over the world as one of
America's best pianos for $325. They
are also showing a large stock of other
fine pianos such as the Herbert M. Ca
ble, Lester. Victor, Jacob Doll, Bailey,
Bouse and the Weiser, the many toned
piano. They are also showing a fine
stock of Kimball, Crown and Burdette
organs. All these instruments are to
go at the same easy terms and extreme
ly low figures. Don't say you can't at
ford it for any man with a small salary
can own one of these fine pianos or or
gans and under our easy payment plan
RICE $ RICE
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HOUSE FURNISHERS
A hunting party consisting of E. Zim
merman, F. Carmen, A. Armstrong and
A. Palm, returned Friday from a weeks
trip to Iron Mountain Creek, east of
Nichols Station. On Monday of last
week Mr. Palm went out by himself for
a hunt and was lost in the rsin and fog
He wss out all night and at 10 o'clock
the next day found his way to Nichols
Station, where he could obtain food
They all report at least one good days
hunting, Mr. Palm hunting for camp
and the rest of the party hunting for
Concluding a business letter to the
Plaindealek Prof. J. B. Horner, Regis
trar of the Oregon Agricultural College
at Corvallis, says : The following list of
students from your county are already
at college here. It affords me pleasure
to say that they are all progressing nice
ly as far as I can learn. We want more
of the kind ; hence you can be of great
value to us by increasing the quantity.
The quality is very satisfactory indeed.
They are Fred Adams, Roseburg ; Kate
Delores Adams, Myrtle Creek ; William
Sylvester Andrews, Gardiner; Clifford
Stuart Benson, Roseburg; Henry Lud
wig Bergman, Gardiner ; Inez Komana
Colvig, Canyon ville ; Finley Imbert,
Wheeler; Bert Pilkington, Oakland;
Richard Manville Robinson, Riddle;
will not i, lias the monev he will use in
keeping up the payments.
Burr's Music House is also showing a
tine line ol small instruments, bucIi as
graiihophones, ranging in price from
$4 00 to 140.00 ; violins, from $2.50 to
I.C.ihi: guitars, from $4.00 to $30.00,
mandolins, from $2 00 to $26.00, and in
fact, we can supply you with anything
known to music. Call and make your
selections and let us quote you terms
and prices, or write for catalogues with
particulars. Old instruments taken in
Apples that bulge with size, glow like
the damssk of fair mitid's cheek and
bursting with flavor, are being snugly
packed in tioxes at the Eugene cannery
bv deft hands. "Oregon Apples" is the
inscription boldly lettered on each box.
About one carload of fruit per day is be
ing packet I ready for shipment to Cali
fornia. A large force, including 25 girls
and women, is employed at the plant.
The circuit court adjourned Saturday
until today, Monday. Friday evening
all the jurors were excused from further
Following are the caes paswl u -m
by Judge Hamilton since our last ret ort.
Ella fill SW 1 1 hi. plaintiff, vs Oreo
Oilpatrick. defendant, suit for divorce;
Albert Abrahams and F W Benson, at
torneys for plaintiff, J C Fullerton atty
for defendant. Argued and submitted
J M Martin plaintiff, vs Nellie Martin.
defendant, suit for divorce; O P Coshow
. attv for plaintiff. Decree granted.
A M osier, plain tiff vs John Veason, de
fendant, action for money . C B Jackon,
atty for plaintiff, Dexter Rice, atty for
defendant. Judgment fur plaintiff.
L B Sax ton, plaintiff, vs the Town of
Myrtle Creek, defendant, petition for
Writ of Review ; Dexter Rice, atty for
plaintiff, C S Jackson, atty for defend
John Marsh, plaintiff, vsTheUmpqua
Valley Oil Co, a corporation, defendant,
action for money : J C Fullerton, atty
for plaintiff, Crawford A Watson atty;
for defendant. Judgment for plaintiff
Pearl Parmentier, plaintiff, vs F A
Parraentier, defendant, suit fcr divorce:
Jno T Long, atty for plaintiff, O P Co
show, atty for defendant. Decree
David H Lawrence, plaintiff, vs John
Brown, defendant, action for money
Jno T Long, attv for plaintiff. Jndg
ment for plaintiff and order for sale of
A Creason plaintiff vs 1. D Kinney .V
Marion G Kinnev et al, forclosure of
mortgage ; F W Benson atty for plain:
Myra M Murphy, plaintiff, vs F.oid
Murphy, defendant, suit for divorce;
John T Ijng, atty for plaintiff. Decree
Agnes Ambrose, plaintiff, vs Eugene
Ambrose, defendant, suit for divorce;
John T Long, atty for plaintiff, L Belien
attv for defendant. Decree granted.
L P Sorrenson, plaintiff, vs William
Moore and Nicholas Moore, defendants.
action for money ; C S Jackson and Bu
chanan A Oreninger, sttys for plaintiff;
Dexter Rice atty for defendant. Con
Anna D McCoy, plaintiff, vs Wm A
McCoy, defendant, suit for divorce;
Dexter Rice aud O P Coshow, altys for
plaintiff. Decree granted.
Marie J Barker, plaintiff, vs A D liar
ker, defendant, suit for divorce ; John
M Pipes, attv for plaintiff. Decree
Oar Cnarter Oak aad
champion Sleet Karurr
are the beat and iwr.lptl
range on the market for
the money .'
HEATING STOVES COOK STOVES
The enol autumn dajt and
nights make demand for a new
heating iotc. anl before you
bay. ee oar line and get price
We have a Lae o! cook
tune that c anaot be da
plicated for the pr.ee we
aak for them .-
FARMERS far rw SWT FARM IMPLEMENTS
See oar well-selected, up to date stack af GENERAL HARDWARE
BEARD & CULVER
son, 'leten.tant, action tor money: ,
Jackson attv for plaintiff. Judgment
L S Coon, plaintiff, vs N W Conover
et al, defendant, action for money ; O SI
Jackson, for plaintiff. Judgment for
plff for $ok and decree of foreclosure.
P L Auteu et al, plaintiffs, vs Isabelle
Mining Co. defendants, confirmation ;
O P Coshow, atty for plaintiff i. Con
N T Day by D R Shamhrook guardian
vs F R Day et al. delta, suit for injunc
tion and to cancel deeds; Albert Abra
hams and Geo M Brown altys for plain
tiff. Case continued for service.
A W Stearns vs H Wollenberg admr,
deft, suit to cancel mortgage deed ; G B
Jackson atty for plaintiff, J C Fullerton
for defendant. Referred to I B F.iddle
to take testimony and to be reported on
the first dav of next term.
Kambouillet Rams for Sale,
We have a tine lot of rams for sale one
and two years old and a few four years
old that are thoroughbred registered.
Our rams are on the range all the year,
are heavy shearers of tine wool and good
rustlers. J. S. Heb&ix A So,
tf Ashland, Ore.
Gss Shop OstsetL
City Trrasarrr's Noucr.
Notice is hereby given that all parties
holding city warrants endorsed prior to
Nov. 11, 1902, are requested to present
the same to the city treasurer for pay
ment, as interest will cease thereon af
ter the date of this notice.
Dated Koseburg, Ore., Vt. 14
H. C. Sliktm,
I have opeued a shop in North Rose
burg at my residence about two blocks
from the bridge where I will 'do gun
work, saw ti leing, make kes. repair um
brellas etc. D. Jackson.
Ii the Presstt CssrL
In the matter ot the estate of Preston
B Beckley, the sale of real property is
ordered and confirmed and the execu
tor is ordered to make a deed to said
property. Monday, Nov. 7 is set as tbe
dav of final settlement.
Notice is hereby given that all parties Coast Advertising, the leading advertis-
holding county warrants endorsed prior . m)t journal of Western America. It is
to and including July 3. 1902, are e-h monthiv -s Mercantile
at the I . . "
riace. Law Angeles, lam. it is practi
cal - gives the actual experiences of busi-
quested to present the same
County Treasurers ofliee for payment as ;
interest will cease thereon after the date
of this notice.
Oregon, Oct. 13. 1904
A 1 Thompson, plaintiff, vs Aaron M
Rose defendant, action to recover money
John T Long and C I Leaven od, atty
for plaintiff. Judgment for plff.
Carl Choat, plaintiff, vs C W Mecum
and Flora Mecum. his wife, action for
money; O P Coshow and Dexter Rice
attys for plaintiff. Judgment for plff
F C Woodruff, plaintiff, vs John ea
l for Less vitausy,
t Waal lag Drains.
IStrietar. Vaiieoeele. RdiISJW Pile I
I Kidney and Bladdor Troubles sod All
iDlaaamaaaad WaaknaSaeaenllarlO aaen.
arresnondonee oonDdentiai -ere-
nabl. Cure guaranteed or mony r-i
I funded. Wr1l for f re M nag book, ana
blank. Address K. 0. Holssaan, at. D.I
Itss Market St. , San rraaelaoo, cat.
sill Be Setter.
Cossrt Trtassrer's Stkt.
Advertise liberally, do it intelligently,
and business will be better. You can
do it intelligently if you read Pacific
neas men in their own language, and
Douglas county, ' shows how you can adopt their plans
i successfully. Subscript! n $2.00 per
Dimmic. vear. No free copies, simile copv 20
County Treasurer. cents, coin or stamps.
Mr Palm. They say next time they go
hunting with him they will put a bell on Bessie Hart Wilson, Frank Jackson Wil
him. son Jessie Agnes Wilson, Csnyonville
WV M m t W pff VEGETABLE SICILIAN!
Ill AaLJLrO Hair Renewed
Is It true you want to look old ? Then keep your gray hair. If not,
then use Hall's Hair Renewer, and have all the dark, rich color
of early life restored to your hair. " &&S7'JZ.Ti"
Get ready for the opening of
the Public School Monday, Sep
tember 1 2th, by purchasing
supplies required by the pupils
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