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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 20, 1904)
Published Mondayi and Thursdays.
W. C. CONNER, Editor
F. H. ROGERS, Manager
Subscription $2.00 per Year.
Advertising Rates on Application.
Entered at the Post Office in Roeebnrg,
Ore., aa second class mail matter.
Oct. 20, 1904.
Theodore Roosevelt of New York.
Chas. W. Fairbanks, of Indiana.
FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS .
G. B. Dimmick of Clackamas Co.
A. C. Hough of Josephine Co.
J. N. Hart of Polk Co.
E. A. Fee of Malheur Co.
OUR COVETOUS NEIGHBOR.
The Cottage Grove Commercial
Club has "resolved" that the Kohemia
mines are or ought to be wholly in
Lane county and steps are now being
taken to change, by an act of the
Legislature this winter, the Lane and
Douglas boundary line so as to throw
the entire Bohemia mining district in
Lane county, whereas the county line,
following the ridge as it does at the
present time, just about equally di
vides the district between the two
counties. Through the indifference,
lack of enterprise and public spirit on
the part of Roseburg and Douglas
county, Cottage Grove has. by con
structing a good wagon road into this
now famous mining camp, secured all
of the patronage and business ot the
district and is deriving much benefit
therefrom. It has been repeatedly
stated that Cottage Grove is the
natural gateway to these mines and
that Row river and its tributaries,
which find their sources in the Bo
hemia mountains, afford the only
natural outlet from the mines to the
railroad at Cottage Grove. To any
one at all familiar with the district
the falsity of this statement is ap
parent. Without in any way attempt
ing to deny the fact that a good,
practical outlet is afforded from the
Bohemia mines to Cottage Grove over
which not only a good wagon road is
maintained, but a broad guage rail
road is now being constructed, it is
also a well known fact that an outlet
equally as practical is presented on
the Douglas county side of the dis
trict down the North Umpqua river
to Roseburg. A good wagon road
has already been constructed over
about one-half of this route, and if the
road was completed over the remain
ing route Roseburg would be brought
as near this rich mining camp as is
Cottage Grove at the present time,
and by a water grade route also. This
road if completed would also traverse
a territory rich in vast timber resour
ces, and would not only bring Rose
burg a share of the business of this
mining camp, but all of the business
of the vast territory which would
soon be developed along this new
road. Only at the last session of the
Oregon Legislature Douglas county
quietly snbmitted to a change in her
northwest boundary line which gave
Lane county quite a large strip of
coast country, and now old Lane pro
poses to take a slice off of the north
east corner of Douglas which is rich
in mineral resources, but so long as
that ri;h territory is allowed to
remain isolated and entirely cut off
from all manners of traffic and com
munication with Roseburg and other
parts of Douglas county, we can see
no particular object in holding onto
that part of the county and thereby
retarding its development by resisting
Lane county's encroachments and de
velopments. Improve the country
and develop its resources or give it to
some one who will.
CAMPAIGN OPENS FRIDAY.
United States Senator C. W. Ful
ton's fame as an orator extends far
beyond the borders of his native
state of Oregon, his ability as a plat
form speaker being recognized by the
national republican committee, who
it will be remembered, recently pre
vailed upon him to assist vice presi
dential candidate Fairbanks in his Pa
cific coast campaign in the place of
Senator Dolliver who was stricken
with pneumonia complications. The
citizens of Roseburg and Douglas
county will be given an opportunity
to hear Senator Fulton ably discuss
the issues of the campaign at the
Roseburg opera house Friday even
ing. He will be presented by Con
The Massachusetts Democrats have
nominated W. L. Douglas, the shoe
man, for Governor. He won't have a
ROOSEVELT EXCLUDES CHINESE.
To clear the apprehension that is
said to exist in some quarters that
the president proposes to open wider
the door tor I hinese immigration in
to the United States, it is stated on
good authority that he has no such
intention. The subject was referred
to at the cabinet meeting Monday
and afterward it was stated at the
state department and department of
commerce and labor that the latter
had been charged with the execution
of the exclusion law treaty and was
working in perfect harmony and in
consultation with the Chinese minister
in order to frame a treaty along lines
of the present treaty, continuing the
present rigid exclusion of coolie labor
and simply moderating conditions un
der which Chinese merchants and
scholars are admitted.
Something of the kind is regarded
as necessary, in view of the fact that
bv direction of his government the
Chinese minister last spring formally
denounced the present Chinese exclu
That notice of denunciation is to
take effect I lecember 7, and there
will be no treaty relations between
the two governments on that subject
until a new convention, is agreed
1 he president has decffled to en
force the existing Chinese exclusion
laws after the abrogation of the
treaty, but there is just sufficient
doubt in official minds as to the ex
tent ot the powers that may be em
ployed leeallv to effect exclusion to
make a new treatv desireable.
A late dispatch .from the national
capital says: The war in the Orient
has enlisted the closest attention of
the Administration, and it is felt that
the time is approaching when it will
be in order for the great neutral
powers to move toward the restore
tion of peace. President Roosevelt
has from the first stood ready to use
his good offices to stop hostilities on
a basis honorable to both belligerents
but he is estopped from moving by
the fact that it has been the unbroken
rule of our Government to wait unti
i it is assured that both sides to a con
! troversy of this kind are willing that
we should act. There has so far
been no open proposition, nor can it
be thruthfully stated that even an in
direct overature has come to Wash
ington from St. Petersburg or Tokio,
but it is believed signs point to an
early move in that direction.
The Cottage Grove Commercial
Club is becoming a very important
deliberative body. It recently "re
solved" that the corporation tax law
is unjust and should be repealed; then
it "resolved" that the Douglas county
portion of the Bohemia mining dis
trict should be annexed to lane coun
ty, and now it proposes to regulate
the local option question. Its next
official move may be designed to have
some direct bearing on the election of
a president of the United States or
the cessation of hostilities in the far
From his chosen seat among the
catacombs Carl Schurz 'has dictated
15,000-word letter damning Theodore
Roosevelt for the egotism of his per
sonality. This is the fifth preside!)
tial campaign in which Mr. Schurz
has assailed Republican candidates
from the unscalable heights of his
own collossal egotism. Other men
now and then have a suspicion that
all the rest of mankind differing from
them may be right. Carl Schurz is
never troubled by any such weak mis
trust in his own omnicience.
"If our opponents come into power
they can revoke this order (pension
order No. 78) and announce that they
will treat the veterans of 62 and
as presumably in full bodily vigor and
not entitled to pensions. Will they
now authoritatively state that they
intend to do this? If so, we accept
the issue. If not, then we have the
right to ask why they raise an issue
which, when raised, they do not ven
ture to meet." Roosevelt's Letter of
Our Imperialistic neighbor, Lane
county, is after another slice of Doug
las county the Bohemia Mining dis
trict. It is to be hoped that Line's
enterprising citizens will not fix the
new boundary line so as to take in
Roseburg. Lane is playing a regular
Russian trick on us with north Doug
las as the Manchuria involved.
Grover Cleveland originated the
phrase: "It is a condition that con
fronts us, not a theory," Applying it
to the present situation it may be re
marked that the condition is Repub
lican prosperity and the theory con
sists of Democratic promises.
If you did not register for the June
election you should register by this
evening, this being the last day on
which you can register for the
Everybody cheerful. Everybody
busy. Business booming. Crops sell
ing for big prices. The nation at
peace, and on good terms with the
A DEMOCRATIC PRAYER.
0, Lord God of Joshua, Jacob and
thee, in this our hour of political bewilderment, for we are tangled up in
the calf ropes of democratic deception
necks. We are scattered worse than
storm. We have an aching void in
nothing but the fat of office can satisfy. We are badly seared, physi
cally undone and morally rotten. We have floundered around, and split
up, and busted apart and run together and fused and fought and foam
ed and fizzled till we can't tell whether we are stepping in the foot
prints of Tom Jefferson or following the dictates of the devil. We
don't know where we are at, where we come from or whither we goeth.
All is darkness and gloom. We are cast down in the dark valley of
humiliation. On our right are the towering summits of national pro
gress. On our left are the briny waters of democratic dissolution. He
fore us, in plain view, are encamped the pesky republicans in the full
enjoyment of official bliss, and just behind us looms up our own records
which brings shame on our faces and a griping in our bowles every
time we look back. In this pitiable and awful condition, ( , lord, we
come to Thee for succor. We have attempted to scare them away
from the offices, but every time we try it we get hurt. We confess
they are too much for us. Their numbers are like the sands of the sea.
In campaign years our editors write stirring appeals t the boys;
our candidates go tearing over the country making democratic orations
and speeches and we all will fairly bust our galls urging the people to
stand by our party and save the country, while all the time the peaky
"rads" go on sawing wood and don't say anything. Every campaign we
have our hopes lifted high. We rip and snort and rare and charge and
rave and bawl, because our hosts seem invincible, but oh. Lord, on elec
tion day it just seems to rain republicans, and we come out of the light
at the little end of the horn and feeling worse than sheep-killing dogs.
Ijord. we confess we have been very wicked. We acknowledge having
said millions of things that were not exactly true, and having done
thousands of things that would shame the devil. l!ut. Lord, it was the
best we could do under the circumstances. We know that Tom JetTer
son would not have worn a red shirt, stuffed a ballot box. threw rotten
eggs at republican speakers, nor voted a dead nigger. Hut. 0, Lord,
you know circumstances alter cases. Jefferson didn't have such a host
of republicans to fight as we have. We never dreamed of the size of
the job we would have on our hands. Argument was all that was need
ed in his day. But the republicans have multiplied on the face of the
earth till it requires all the stealing red shirts, slander, lies, intimida
tion and trickery that we can command, to give us any chance and then
we get licked off the face of the earth. Loci, what are we to do? We
know we are unworthy to ask anything of Thee. We feel ashamed of
Only a few months ago we said President Mckinley was a danger
ous man to be at the head of the government. We called him an em
peror, a panderer to the trusts, a trampler upon the constitution, a tool
of plotocrats. Today we acknowledge we lied. We. with all the world,
know he was a gentleman, a patriot and a Christian. We are sorry he
is dead. We are sorry we said so many hateful things about him. Hut
0, Lord, we promise not to be so wicked any more, if Thou wilt only
help us beat the republicans one time more.
Lord, we are in rare need of an Issue. We haven't got anything.
Some of us want free silver and some
make imperialism the issue and some
of us who are lugging that old issue of low tariff back into the ring.
Lord, we confess with a mighty confess, that we don't know
what we want. We trotted in our low tariff one time, and. Lord, Thou
knoweth what an awful mess we have made of things.
Sometimes we think we want to expand nationality, and then we
shudder at the thought. We know that this country is already too big
for us to manage. The republicans seem to have the democratic party
by the tail and a down hill pull. But. IatA. may it not always be thus.
Help us to smite them with a terrible smite, so that every pootoficc in
the land shall be ours. Help us this once and we will not bother Thee
again as long as the salaries hold out.
But, 0, Lord, if we are not on praying grounds: if the gates of
mercy are shut against us: if the accounts are closed, and the book
sealed, if Thou canst give us no guiding star to lead us to victory, if we
have sinned away our day of grace; if we are everlastingly beyond the
pale of Thy sheltering hand and thou wilt not help us Lord, please
don't heb the republicans, but just stand bv and you'll s. e one of the
confoundedest fights you ever witnessed, for we are bound to do some
thing and that pretty soon.
From Moravian Falls. N. ('.. Yellow Jacket
Drain Normal Notes.
A new sidewalk is in process of con
struction in front of the grounds.
Owing to inclemency of the weather
the track meet arranged for last Satur
day was postponed.
Football is developing. With one or
two more good men a strong team can
be placed in the field.
President Dempster is absent this
week in attendance upon the Kastern
Oregon Teachers Association at Pendle
ton. The training department is devoting
considerable attention to beautifying its
rooms. f.spcial etlort to secure pianw
is being made.
Arrangements for reception to the
patron's some time near Thanksgiving
are in progress. Definite announcement
will be made later.
The Zanzamian Society is showing
splendid progress. Nearly all the stu
dents are enrolled and a lively interest
is shown in the work.
A library and reading room has been
fitted up in what was formerly the
chemical laboratory. The laboratory
now occupies a finely equipped room in
the basement. Other improvements
are in progress which add greatly to the
convenience of the building.
The following officers have been elect
ed by the various teams :
Capt. Roy Moore
Mngr. Carl Hill
Capt. Lloyd Whipple
Mngr. M. B. Signs
Capt. John Johnson
Mngr. A. 1. Brigg
Capt. Lloyd Whipple
Mngr. John Johnson
M. B. Skins.
Arrangements have been made to or
ganize a Rebekah Lodge here next Sat
urday, Oct. 22.
Mrs. Jas. Dougherty received the sad
news of her mother's death in Indiana
on October 8th.
Misses Leah and Ruth Brown entered
the 9th grade in oar school from the
Bootts Valley district Tuesday.
Miss Emma Applegate is engaged to
teach the Red Hill school and Prof. Geo.
Wilson the Duckegg school this winter.
It ia quite the fashion to go to Scott s
burg fishing now. Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Applegate, their son Vincent, Mr. Ed
Tuller and daughter, Verna, went last
Saturdav. Some fishing is done when
"Back" gets to the river.
There is considerable dissatisfaction
with Mr. Meinzer for going away to
Jim Jones; hear us, we beseech
and are about to break our own
a flock of timid toads after a hail
the pit of our stomachs which
of us dont. Nme are eager to
want trusts. Then there are many
Wisconsin for a brid With the abund
ance of widows, old maids, and younger
maids Yoncalla contains it seems that
he might have leen suited at home,
nevertheless we will give the new Mrs.
Meinzer a hearty welcome.
Mrs. D. L. Green was born in Card
well County, N. C, April IN, ls.77, and
died at her home near Boswell Springs
Oct. 15, llKM, aged L'7 years, 4 months
and 17 days. Mrs. Grata'! beet friends
were her nearest neigh lors. She was a
member of the Baptist church and a
good Christian wife anil mother. Her
husband and three little boys survive
! her. She and her infant girl were
buried together Mon.lav at the Yoncalla
cemetery, Rev. Woodward conducting
the services. Mr. (ireen has the svm-
pat by of all.
See' Sykes A. Carroll and get their
prices on plumbing and tinning before
Notice of Dissolution of Partmrship.
Notice is hereby given that the part
nership heretofore existing between
Adam Johnson and John L. Clark, as
Johnson & Clark, liquor deal r has th s
day been dissolved by mutual consent.
Mr. Clark retires and Mr. Johnson
continues the business. All bills will lie
paid by said Johnson and all accounts
due said lirm will Iw col lex-ted by him.
Dated this loth .lay o! September,
John U (.m.akk,
To be sure, you are growing
old. But why let everybody
see it, in your gray hair?
Keep your hair dark and rich
and postpone age. If you will
only use Ayer's Hair Vigor,
your gray hair will soon have
all the deep, rich color of
youth. Sold for 60 years.
"I sb now os.r 60 sears old. and I has.
a thick, floss? Ii.al of Iioik limr wlilch Is a
wonder to every one who sees It. And not a
atar balr In It. all due to Ayer's Hslr Vigor "
Maa. II. it. UtiHTis, lleclda, Minn.
fl.lt a bottle.
i. c. Aran ro..
"FOR HER SAKE"
Russians Want the Play Suppressed
Which is Coining to Roseburg
Next Tuesday Evening.
The Oregon faui of Tuetulay announced
that it haH been learned through private
source that the Russian Consul ha
lieen instructed , by his government to
auk the Federal authorities to prohibit
further performances at the Cordray's
Theater tliiu week. The title ol the
play, "For Hor Sike," ia innocent
enough and doea not indicate exactly
the nature of its production.
In reality it ia a sensational expose of
Russia's Siberian exile eyateui and ia
said to have U-.-u writteu by a famous
politiral prisoner who ia now serving a
life sentence in the mines of Kara for
alleged conspiracy against the life of the
C'.ir. For this reason the name of the
author does not appear uu the adverlia-
i ing matter uaed by the company. Kua-
sia is striving with all her might to
make a friend of the United State and
is laboring to secure the mediation ol
('resident Roosevelt in order that ahe
may get out of a losing fight without
discrediting herself by suing for peace
from little Japan. Negotiations have
progressed so far that the President has
intimated that in hi opinion the powers
should step in and atop the war. Any
thing which serves to create anti-KnsaiaD
feeling in America is far from the plan
of the Cur. "For her sake" ia a power
ful arraignment of the Siberian exile!
system, and thoee who witness the play
leave with an unfriendly feeling toward
the Russian government. The attend
ance has been so larwe and the feeliug
j aroused so intense that the Russian
Consul is determined that it shall not go
; farther. There may be some startling
developments by the time the play
i is presented at the Roseburg theatre
; next Tuesday evening.
1 Cob Optas lit beats rwauaiit
Stare With Special laaVeavaU.
un Saturday, Oct, 2.'. Jas. A.Cobb,
will OfkSa his (ient's Furnishing Goods
Store giving great inducements to all
arlaO will give him their patronage.
v itli every I'. 00 purchase he will give
away free an elegant piece of -M year
guaranteed silverware, valued at f 1.00,
and hi' h every $10 00 purchase he will
give away a similar piece valued at
$2.00. Mr. Cobb carries a iine of goods,
and offers inducements that can not be
duplicated elsewhere in the city. Re
member the date and the place, Satur
day, Oct. 8. Next door to Barkers
Information as to address of Robert
M. tiurney, or bis heirs, if he ia dead.
The address was Ross-burg, about 1871.
Small recovery can be made. Address
Harvey Spalding A. Sons, Washington,
U. C. tf .
In the Circuit Court ol tbe state ol Oref-oa,
for Douala County.
Kills X.laon. Plaintiff, i
John L Nelson. Defendant.'
To John L. Nrlaon. above named defendant
In the name of the St'te of Oregon, row are
hereby s mmonjad and required to appear and
answer the eoaplalnt flits) agaiaat sou in the
above entitled roan snd cause, within tlx
weks from tbe date ol the first publication of
th'ssummons. u wit. on or before the first day
of Ueeember, i'o, and it yon fall to appear and
answer on or b.lore sai l date, for want thereof
pl-lullff will apply to said court for the relief
demanded in her rs.tnplatnl, which la lor a de
cree fro a said court dlaaolvlasT the msrnsrc
t'oiitrai't existing between plaintiff and defend
act. for the rare and custody of her minor
etilldren, Mvrl Nelson. Raymond Nelson, and
Hlan he Nelson, for the aura ot U& per month
for tl e support ol said minor chlldrao. that
ptalnttff be declared and decreed to be Use
owner ot an undivided one third Intereet In and
to the W of the Nst ., tbe NK1- of tbe SWt
and the Swj of tbe SE'of ectlon 10. town
hip S, 8. K. it west of the Willamette Meri
dian, in Cone county, Oregon, ior such other
relief aa to the court may seem meat and for
her euata and disbursements In thta 10111
This summons la nubllshed once a week for
at least six successive weska In the I'lalndeaier
a seml-Meekly newspaper published at Rose
btire, Oiegon. by order of Hon. J. W. Hamilton.
Judge ot the Circuit Court of the state of Ore
gon, for the Second Judicial Dtatric', made
Oil. 19. 1904. Tbe first publication of thia sum
mons is on October It 1M4.
Oft) Nil Altoyneys for Plaintiff.
In the Circuit Court of tbe State of Oregon for
John K. Camptwl
Nellie A. Campbell
Nolle Is hereby given, that by virtue of an
execution an older of sale Issued out of the
above uameu court ami cause on tbe 17lb day
of October, 1914 uion a judgment aud decree
duly rendered and entered In said Court and
cause on tbe 7 Ih day of October, 1904. by lore
closure of a mortgage In favor of the above
named plaintiff and against the above-named
defendauis and against the hereinafter men
tioned and described mortgaged property for
the Mini ol .raw on with interest thereon at th
rate ol t per cent tier annum from the 'JHih day
ol June 1904. and for tbe furtner sum of 1 100. ill
sttorncs tecs ami sis.ju rusts and disburse
menls. now taeicfoie, I will, on Saturday the
ivth day of November 1904, at one o'clock p m.
ol said day at tbe court house front door In
Roseburg, Douglas County, Oregon aell at pub
lic auction to the highest bidder, lor cash In
band, all the right, title and interest which
the said defendants or either of them had on
the .Ml: day ol June, 1M!, or at any ime there
after in or to the lollowlng described premises
Tbe south U of the not th west ' of section 27,
and tbe north of the southwest U and lota 1
and i of section 7. containing 199.61 acres, also
the north U of the Donation Land Claim No. 47
of J. Altcrbury situate In sections 27. .13 and
t4, containing lUi acres more or leas, and con
taining In the aggregate 3CA.6I acres more or
leas, all being situate In township 26 south of
range 7 west ol the VYIllameU Meridian, in
Douglas County, Oregon, together with the
tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances
thereunto belonging or In anywise apper
taining and will apply tbe proceeds of inch
sale first, to the payments of the Ci ata of auch
sale and the coats and disbursements herein
taxed at tls.'JO, second, to the payment ol Itco 00
attorney fees and to the payment of the sum of
lUtVOO due the plaintiff with Interest thereon
at the rate of six per cent per annum from the
2lb of June 1904, and the overp us tf any
signs or legal representatives aa by order ol
there be, pay 10 tbe said defendants, tbelr aa-
said court lu saiu execution to me directed,
eommanning me to sell the aboye described
real property in the manner provided by law.
u&lcu loin iiiu "m J "i v. wub 1 , iwi.
H. T. Met I. A 1.1 K N
OJft Sheriff u( liuuglaa ouuty, Oregon.
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fle Aeop the largest and
best assortment of Staple
and Sroeeries, J1 res h
J"ruits and farm Produce
in the e'ty, and can snpply
your wants at as cheap or
cheaper prices than can be
Remember that we koep
KRUSE & NEWLAND
DO YOU WANT
To Buy Bonds?
If mi. you want those that pay
the best dividends A business
education pay better dividend
than any boudi The beat place
to get a business education is
Garland Business College
w"e have a Correspondence
Coarse in Shorthand In
J. B. QARLANO. Principal
Forest Reserve Scrip
"Idiera' Additional Scrip
Military Land Warrants
and other kinds of
aaas FOR SALE....
If you want ttoveru arm Timber
Lands, eel a Uile bv locating
Land Scrip Write tor Prices
R. It PEALE, feftfu.
W. M. HODSON & GO.
711 OAK STREET
Of ALL KINDS A SPECIALTY : BICYCLE
ES HO It PUBIC MIMIC. SAW C9MMIK
Kveryoo who Iul ivrtvlon
Um- aoart forhetr-
ut-sjt want foiial hrun for
that raonry. That' ibf ktrnl
we irll. fcrrrv aritrlc thai
for oat of our ho . baa!
ntivdr aDtJ f urnlrr. to cur
entire MUftfaV uu Thtn
tu much u yen can exect.
WAGONS AND BUGGIES
now and veooml hand furni
ture, shelf hardware and a
thousand and one other ar
ticle to he found In a store
like ours. We are in a posi
tion to make It to jour finan
cial interest to trade with us
JACKSON ST BLODCETT SOLD STAND
. MRS. H. EASTON
is prepared to wait upon old J
and new cnatoineni and friends
with a fall and complete
All fresh ami of the very beet
quality. Teas aari coffees are
i specialties. Your patronage
j5 Jck,on St., RoMburi
Title (J ua ran tee & Loan Co.
I. D. Bajduow,
O 0. Hamiltoh,
Secy, and Tress
to In th Court Hons. Hare th only com
plea set ol abstract book In Douglas Con nt
Abstracts aud Certificates ot Title furnish, d o
' sssssbssbs ooaniy ianu ana mining cuunu. a,
j Alao a oomplat eat of Tracings of all townab.
I plats la th Koeebr.ru , Oregon, 0. 8. Land Dl
I trtct. Wlil make blue print copies ol any '.own
Now is the time to sow your field seeds. I have just
received a large supply of Alsyke, Red and White
Clover, Alfalfa, Timothy, Orchard, Blue Grass, .fate.
H A R R O W S
Buffalo Pitts, Pan American, Spike, Spring and Disc
Harrows, and Svracuse
SAWS AXES SLEDGES
Simmons. Webfoot, Chinook, Eclipse, Hoo Hoo ana
Pacific Coast pattern Saws; Keen Kutter, U. . A.
i tit a .
and Phoenix Axes
Q 1 QVICQ c E n:e r a l
o. I. 0 1 1 LOTh a r d wj. r e
Get Your Supplies at
Selling the Entire
If you want to buy a farm
If you want furnished rooms
If you want to buy a house
If you want to rent a house
If you want to build a house
If you want to move a house
If.no don't know PAT
Call on or a. 1 dress) . ,
F F. patter-son.
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HENDRICI( S BLOCK OPPOSITE
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
DIAHONDS AND SILVERWARE
Watch Repairing a Specia ty
2 CAR LOADS 2
Mitchell Farm Wagons
SiPf373, B uggie s,Hacks
Champion Binders, Mowers,
Eeapers, Hay Rakes, Etc.
We can save you money ou anything in the Wagon or
Implement-line. Give us a chance to figure with
you and you won't 1 egret it.
J. F. Barker & Co.,
Qrocers. Phone 3oi
and bteel unuiea a tows,.
Stock at Cost for CASH
THE S. P. RAILROAD DEPOT.
The Best Icecream Soda
JEWELER - . OPTICIAN
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