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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 20, 1904)
SCHOOL FUND APPORTIONMENT.
Bi u m j .. ,
nave none us nany Customers
Enable us to Retain our Customers
means of this advertisement we seek to gain
We want to call attention
Have attracted customers and by
new customers to please, along with our old 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 to more thoroughly demonstrate the fact that we keep abreast of the times
THE PEOPLE'S STORE S
In drug en. p
We Dispense Soda
Water at 34 Fahr.
THAT'S COLD ENOUUH
All our Syrups are Prepared
from Special Material by
In Preparing our lceCream we
use Clean Cream, Rich in But
ter Fat Only 20c Per Pint.
HAMILTON DRUG CO.
left yesterday or Port-
P. Johnson, dentist, Grave's
Rev. N.J. Ilarl.it will preach at Kden
ssMsar next Sunday, the 23d at 11 a m.,
and at Wilbur at 7 :30 p. m. All are invited.
M arriage licenses have been issued to
King X. Carl ile and Bertha Stephens
and J. Albert Jennelle and Mary K
Mrs. Russel, who has been visiting
her daughter, Mrs. Kelley of this city,
returned to her home in Oakland yes-terdav.
Mrs. W. p. Conner was numbered
among the delegates to attend the
State W. C. T. V. Convention at Port
land this week.
Hallowe'en parlies on the ISUl.
Republican rally Friday evening.
Oregon prunes are selling better
those of California.
Fmpqna Valley Prune Association
hipping carloads of fruit.
Grass is growing vigorously and the
farmers and stock men are well pleased.
Friday night at the Opera House
Senator Fulton and Congressman Hermann.
W. F. Lauman, an enterprising mer
chant of Yoncalla, who has been in the
city for the last day or so left for his
home this morning.
Miss Marie Cooper has closed a very
successful term of school on the north
fork of Smith River and returned to her
home near Roseburg.
A potato weighing more than four
pounds was brought to the office of the
Mvrtle Creek Mail last week.
Miss Klva Wimberly left yesterda y
for Oakland where she will be joined by
Mrs. Fred Smith from which place they
will go on to Portland.
Everybody invited to attend the Re
publican rally at the Opera House Fri
day evening and bear C. W. Fulton and
Congressman Hermann discuss the is
sues of the day.
Joe Shindler, who will be remember
ed by the old residents as a baker in
this city, returned Tuesdav. He run a
bakery in this city sixteen years ago
and since that time has been for the
most part in Germany.
The first gun of the presidential cam
paign will be tired in Roseburg Friday
evening October 21, at the opera boH
by Senator Chas. W. Fulton and Con
gressman Binger Hermann. All are in
vited, including the ladies.
AT DRA.N AND YONlAI.LA.
The great and only Col Hofer of Salem
Capital Journal fame, will address the
citizens of Drain, in connection with
Hon. George M. Brown, of Roseburg,
Satutday October M, at 1 ::H o'clock p.
m These gentlemen are both eloquent,
interesting and entertaining speakers
and everyone, regardless of party affilia
tions, are invited to attend this meeting
and a special invitation is extended to
the ladies. On the evening of the same
day these gentlemen will address the
citizens of Yoncalhi on national cam
paign issues, commencing at 7:110
New Rebtluh Lodge.
A new Rehekah Lodge is to lie insti
tuted at Yoncalla Saturday evening.
Joseph Micelli of Kosehnrg will act as
master of oeremonies and the Roseburg
Rehekah degree team will assist in the
initiatory work and installation of the
new officers. There will be quite a
number of Kehekahs and Odd Fellows
attend from this city and a pleasant
time is assured.
Circuit Court Decisions.
supplies at Marsters' Prog
Gold crown and bridge
quality by Dr. Strange.
work of best
Miss Maxa Nichols of Riddle was a
guest of Roseburg friends Tuesday.
Hiss Flora Andrus of Looking Glass
is visiting friends this week, in this city.
Reliable crown and bridge work, J.
P. Jchnbon, dentist. Grave's b'ld'g. 4tf
Attorney O. P. Coshow left this morn
ing for Eugene to attend to some business.
Mrs. J. A. Cochran of Edenbower
turned last night from Logansport,
All are invited to the Hallowe'en par
ty to be given by the Women's Guild of
St. George's Church in Slocum's hall on
the evening of Oct. 31st.
Don't over look our Crockery Depart
ment. We have the largest stock in the
city and the prices are right. Rice 4
Rice, The House Furnishers.
Ella Gitpatrick, plaintiff, va Oren
GilpaJtric, defendant, suit for divorce;
P L Auten et al, plaintiffs, vs Isabella
Mining Co. defendant, confirmation ; O
P Coshow, atty for plaintiffs. Confirma
tion. Huldah M Minard, plaintiff, vs V F
Minard, defendant, suit for divorce; J
C Fullerton, atty for plaintiff, W W
Card well and O P Coshow, attys for de
fendant. Referred to I B Riddle to
take testimony and report next term of
Nicholas T Day, by I) R Shambrook,
guardian, vs F R l'av et al, defendants,
suit for injunction and to cancel deeds :
Albert Abraham and Geo M
attys for plaintiff. Continued.
A W Stuarns, plaintiff, vs H Wollen
berg, as admr, defendant, suit to cat. eel
mortgage deed ; 0 B Jackson, atty for
atty for defend
Rid lie to take
Total Amount Distributed to the Various Schools
Is $22,697 Rate Per Capita f3.il.
Comity School Superintendent F. B.
Hamlin has just completed the appor
tionment of $22,i!l7.i)0 among the differ
ent school districts of Douglas County.
Of that amount $13,327.70 comes from
the taxes of the county and $9,370.20
from the state as the county's share of
the interest on the irreducible school
fund. The apportionment is made on
the following basis : From the county
taxes $T0 for each district, 1 1 for each
pupil drawing school money, and $5 for
eaah teacher from that district who at
tended the annual institute; from the
state fund fl.tio for each pupil, making
a total per capita rate of about S.U, as
against the rate of $4 on the apportion
ment last April. The number of pupils
in Diuglas County drawing school
money is alxmt (i,O00. The apportion
ment just made, in detail, is as follows:
No. Clark Addr.nl Pupil Ami.
1 0 H Medley, Oakland
2 F W Ionard. Wilbur
3 E N Bradford, I la
4 Clara Pillar. 1. Roseburg
5 J L Boggs, Kosehnrg
ti A K archer, Koseburg
7 J W Newland, Ten Mile
S E W Elliot, Canyonville
! J S Gray, Gardiner
10 H Cocksram, Oakland
11 W F Price, Oak Creek
12 S D Chapman, Glide
13 C Marsh, Looking Glass
14 O L Willis, Dillard
15 H H Gidney, I) ys Creek
;!!'. Nichols, Brock way
17 F Fortin, Coles Valley
IS P Duncan, Dixonville
1! MrsGabbert Myrtle Creek 152
20 I A I Van. Riddle 35
21 J R Wilson. Camas Valley ;J
S. C. Flint left Tuesday morning for
Portland where he will appear in the U.
S. District court in the cats of United
States vs McCrossen and Gardiner.
For nervous disorders or eye
don't fail to have a talk with Dr. H. L
Studley, Osteopatic Physician, in Abra
hams building. Consultation free.
The corn doctors view with entire sat
isfaction the coming into fashion again
of pointed shoe. And all doctors, from J plaintiff, J C Fullerton,
of hMr. dliht ant. Referred to 1 B
to see women crippling around on the testimony and report at next term of
little lead-pencil heels. court.
J V Rose, olaintiff . vs Herman Marks.
All members of the Brotherhood of,-, .Men.lant action for
money; C B Jackson, atty for plaintiff;
F W Benson and J C Fullerton, attys
America are requested to be present at
our next regular meeting, Thursday,
Oct. 20 at 7 30 o'clock. Business of im
portance' is to come before the lodge.
For Sale. Pure bred Mammoth
Bronze turkeys, gobblers and hens.
Havs taken various prizes at different
trouble, j fairs. Call on or address J. II. Shokt,
Roseburg, Or. Oct. 17 P
Read the Plaisdealer's special pre
mium proposition on the last page of the
Ora Mnrphy returned Wednesday
morning from Astoria where he has
been all summer.
Mrs. A. C. Marsters, Douglas county
president of the W. C. T. U. is in at
tendance at the annual state convention
of that organization at Portland this
J. P. Crouch of Oakland came over to
this city Monday evening returning
The man who sued the Salem Journal
for damages of course got nothing. Dam
age suits against newspapers generally
do the plaintiff more harm than the defendant.
for defendant. Continued.
W A Perkins, plaintiff, vs George
Smith, defendant, action for money ; J
C Fullerton, atty for plaintiff. Pis-
In re-will of J. J. McCoy, deceased,
appeal ; F W Benson and J O Watson,
attys lor appellants : Pexter Rice, atty
for respondent. Argued and submitted.
E G Young .V Co, plaintiffs, vs A A
Osburne et al, defendants, action tor
money ; F W Benson, atty for plaintiff.
I Judgmantfor plaintiff.
The recent heavy rains have been suf
ficient to supply water so that the
Booth-Kelly mill Saginaw No. 3) can
run steadily. Lack of water caused
them to shut down the latter part of
August, and before this last sttrm tbey
were getting short again.
A very prettv Autumn weiliting will
Harry H. Brookes, son of the former ; be solemnized at the sitelv home of Mr
editor of the Plaixdsalku, returned to Mrs. S. K. Svkes, in Roseburg. this!
Roseburg this week to visit at his home : Thursday evening at I o'clock, the high
Since leaving this city Harry baa visited . contracting parties being Mr. A. R.
old Mexico and the southwestern states. j Marsh and Miss M inoie McOurdv, the i
22 C K Hasard, Drain
23 G M Wilson, Stephens
24 S C Jones, Oakland
25 A E Clayton, Melrose
2ti Sarah Kanipe, Oakland
27 A C Norris, 'ak lan. 1
M S Whittaker. Rice Hill
Brown, j . . SlwkB. npmin
30 Lillis Brown, Yoncalla
31 L Ritchey, Drain
32 E Helliwell, Yoncalla
S3 K Hathaway. Koseburg
M Mary Wells. Elkton
B A Clements, Elkton
3t" A E Ozouf, Scottshurg
37 F 0 Hatfield, Roseburg
3S F Weatherly, Scottaburg
Si P S Durland, Oakland
40 J A Winniford, Oakland
41 H C Sherrett, Gardiner
4i J W Gurney, Reston
43 E E UBrie, Melrose
4. B B Sutton, Millwood
M E A Davidson, Oakland
47 W N Moore, Ruckles
4 W C Winston, Winston
M H I Ireland. Olalla
50 L Hahn, Cleveland
51 F S Wertx, Stacey
52 T E Brewer, Myrtle Crk
B Mrs Kate Brewer. " "
54 II E Andins, Kellogg
55 W 0 Newton, Myrtle Crk
it F A Williams Look'g 811
1H5 51 00
M 2!U o0
9 7H 40
!! SHI 40
41 Ml 00
J. A. Hamersly, formerly of the Rose
burg candy kitchen, but now engaged in
mining in Josephine county, was trans-a.-tir.ir
tmeines in this citv Monday and
It will pay old and prospective sub-
ad on blowing ana grain sowing m
of the day. A much larger grain ecre
I ace than usual will be sown in Doogias
If yon want to keep posted on county 1 county this fall with favorable weather
ff.tm BntMXTihf. for the oldest oarjer in l conditions.
the county, the Plaisdkalkk.
THE BIG STORE
THE BIG STORE
Oar shelves are filled to overflowing with new, seasonable goods : Each
department exhibits a complete assortment of the Kind of goods that
appeal to tbe eye and pocket book equally : The price is always consistent
with the quality A look is all we ask
BLACK CAT BKAMD
needs no intro
ities are guaran
teed : Hade for
children and ba
bies, in cotton
and wool : Most
for Fall is, if pos
sible, more sight
ly and desirable
( ravenette Over
and Blacks of
And prices are
$12.58 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.
(iage Millinery stands for style,
originality and quality. We are
sole distributors in this vicinity.
Thompsons Glove Fitting Corsete are all
that their name implies. Ail styles and
sizes. Price run from 50c to $2.50.
We are sole agents for The Soroeis
petticoat, made better than is nec
eseary. Priced from $1.25 to $4.-50.
The New Fall Styles of Men's Hats are Here-$1 to $5
Circait Cssn Seta.
Stscinws, Take Notice.
57 Clovd Chanev. Mvrtle Crk 44
The family is making arrangements
move to Portland to reside.
sen hers to read the Plain-dealer
the last page of the paper.
There will no doubt be a glut in the
local game market when Mel Thompson,
Frank Brown and Elmer Wimberly re
turn home from that hunting trip to the
hills about Olalla in which tbey went
armed for big game Tuesdav. They ex-
. . in :
pec ted to remain tor several aays-aoHi i Bomplnou8 wedding
their rations run tow.
Dr. J. A. Townsend returned Tuesday
from the meeting of the Synod of the
Presbyterian churches of Oregon.
Brakeman Alfreds has returned from
a hunting trip to Klamath Lake where
he went with Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Jones.
The shot has now been turned toward
ttio dnrks and nheasante are having an
opportunity to peek out from the bushes.
Jos. Martin is running a new hack
line between Roseburg aud Myrtle Point
making regular trips each week. Those
desiring to travel between these points
will do well to address him at Roseburg
or Myrtle Point. f
M. T. Chase and wile and Messrs
Hardin and Bowersox of Glendale were
in the city yesterday. Mr. Chase has
sold his mercantile business to Meesers
Hardin and Bowersox.
If vou are in need of Lace Curtains we
v,. o i.ro stock, but if you want
something especially nice wait for our
new line which we expect in a few days.
The swellest ever brought to the city.
Rice & Rice.
The count v hospital which is under the
management of Mrs. Phoebe Kitchell, is
being changed from a one to a two story
utrnctnre and otherwise enlarged and
imnmnnl. The property is owned by
Do you know that Rice & Rice have
more goods in their store than all the
other furniture store in Douglas county,
and sell it at lower prices. They can do
this because they buy in carload lots
and save freight and can save you money.
Come and get our prices and make com
Sykes & Carroll have moved their
plumbing shop from the old Flook
building on Main street to No. 219 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.
Mrs. W. J. Renfro. Mrs
rum, Mrs. Louis Bartee,
, v o i-iirr? THE
rY K .t, X Kll- FURNISHERS
Can Furnish Ycur House Complete
S. C. Bart
Patrick, Mrs. Amata Bradford and Miss
Daisy Maiden It ft Tuesday for Portland
to attend the annual state convention of
the W. C. T. U., which opened there
Tuesday evening and closes Friday
oiebt. Miss Maiden will enter the elo
cution contest for tbe gold medal.
Largest Store I Largest Stock
Can we tell 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 SEATS IN STOCK
away old Chairs.
We caa re-sei
them at a small
cost to you t t :
Homer B. Millard, who has a South
era Pacific ran out of Bakerstie d, Calif.
spent Monday and Tuesday in Roseburg
this week on his return home from a
visit with his brother-in-law, Attorney
J. 8. Medley at Cottage Grove. Mr.
Millard was joined by his wife and little
boy who came in on luesday evening s
train fr Jin Cottage Grove.
bride being a sister of Mrs. Sykes. The
beautiful and impressive ceremony of
the Episcopal church will be per
formed by Kev. Ijike, pastor of the local
church. The parlors of the Sykrt home
have been richly and appropriately
decorated for the occasion aud the cere
mony will be witnessed only by relatives
and a few intimate friends. The usual
repast will be en
joyed by the guests after which the
happy couple will take their departure
for Portland on tie overland train which
leaves this place a little before mid
night, where they will remain until
Sunday when they will take passage on
a steamer for Sao Francisco, from which
place they will visit Los Angeles and
Bakersfield, their wedding tour to cover
a period of about two weeks, after
which they will return to Roseburg to
Mr. Marsh came to this city from Lis
bon, North Dakota, nearly two years
ago, and (or the past year has been em
ployed as salesman in the hardware
store of 8. K. Sykes. He is a very
genial, intelligent and exemplary young
man and has made a wide circle of
friends since coming here. The fair
bride is a native of Koseburg, the
daughter of John McCurdy and is a
very charming and estimable young
lady, who enjoys the esteem of a host of
admiring friends, all of whom join the
Plaindealkr in extending hearty con
gratulations in advance and in wishing
the happy couple a pleasant and pros
perous voyage o'er life's sea.
.VS M C Stewart. Comstock 4S
Bi Ed Walker, Ddlard
tit) A F Cole, Oakland 23
1 T J McKean, Drew IS
62 1 Waite, Roseburg 13
63 C H York, Gardiner 21
64 T C Johns, Galesville 50
K I. Blakely, Oak Creek 8
M J C Ham. ?. Elkton 35
67 J O tiunter, Drain
65 C II Wright, Glide 37
69 H L Engles, Peel 17
70 C F Blandell, Kiddle Ml
71 H S Conn, Roseburg 20
is ; 40 1
7 S 40
For sale or rent a 3000 acre stock
ranch in Klamath county, of which
about 2000 is fine hay land producing on
an average 11-2 ton per acre. Well
watered, alfalfa does well on this ranch,
a ready sale for hay. From 500 to sOO
head of cattle can be supported fmm
time the bay is off until January.
For particulars enquire of J.G. Flook,
Verv choice fruit trees, all leading
varieties. SpiUenberg and Yellow
Newton Pippin apples a specialty. All
guaranteed true to name and free from
Cta. For sale at very reasonable prices
Roseburg Nurseries, H. Schroten,
Roseburg, Oregon. tf
FOR RENT. The premises of N. P.
Heydon, known as the tioesett Ranch,
situated about five miles from Oakland,
containing 422 acres, principally grazing
lands. Inquire of F. W. Bassos,
E H Thrush Camas Yallev 14
Coaaty Trcasartr's Notice.
v Cn Save Money by Buying Your Furniture of Us
. WW M . l D .,4 D.w.m
All the DCW aVQU UeU-UlIIUi m awvu aww
orauure a. "err of price.. All tale s-e
Br? mtB.to to 5. Handsome Dreen.
lull size, SH.S0 K j
Beautllul new carpet in all the Uteyt
,55 coloring. It will pay jou to
ssetama PrteeiTrom c to IL40 per yd.
irne, rolU of Mattins-nneanine you eer
w-t rom 15c to S5c per yard : I
Tne Peer of a'.l the acme ot perfection
our line of toe and lUnfea. Beaten 2 2S
?"t " cook Stove to !. Beautiful
Htecl ianse h nth ,cloet 130 tor hole
a r- vi ana lor o-uoie, ucuiw
ZZ.rrM railroad aUtioa without extra cost.
George F rater, a prominent member
of tbe Riddle mercaantile company
was transacting business in Roseburg
Wednesday, and was accompanied by
hie little son. the Ilaindkalkk was
favored with a pleasant call and Mr
i rater announces tnat law business is
fairly good in the southern part of the
county. He has just moved his family
into their cosy new residence.
Notice is hereby given that all parties
holding county warrants endorsed prior
to and including July 3, MB, are re
quested to present the same at the
County Treasurers office for payment as
interest will cease thereon after the date
of this notice.
Dated Roseburg, Douglas county,
Oregon, Oct. 13, 1904.
GEO. W. DlMMK'K,
RICE $ RICE
lSTle and retail house furnishers
Albert Godfrey, who for th - past three
months has been working on the switch
engine and has been working out of this
place left for his home in Portland Wed
needay night. While there he will at
tend tbe wedding of his brother Clair,
who is to be married to a Miss Lewton
on Nov. 2.
The National campaign issues will be
ably discussed at the Roseburg Opera
House Friday evening by U. S. Senator
C. W. Fulton and Congressman Binger
Hermann, two of Oregon's most elo
quent exponents of Republicanism. This
will practically be the firing of the first
gun of the presidential campaign
Douglas county for those sterling, patri
otic Americans, Theodore Roosevelt
and Chas. W. Fairbanks.
73 A Walker, Sampson 46
74 Lucy Lovelace. Elkhead 28
75 W A Smick, Roseburg 12
76 Dollie Mumpower, l.eona 44
77 W D Smith, Glendale 163
78 J R Dixon, Roseburg 12
79 J J tang. Yoncalla 36
50 Blanche Quant, Oakland 14
51 J T Miller, Drain 20
82 E W Let Stacey 16
83 C E Haskell, Gardiner 16
54 Mrs May Powell, Tyee 12
55 Wm Rader, Roseburg 16
86 G M Swaggert, Klkton 21
87 G S Chappell, Brock way 6
88 Ernest Keopke.Solphur Sps 9
Si Kdith O Thompson, Yoncal 17
90 D W Hanks, Perdue 63
91 S W Gass, Oakland 25
94 J. S McKay, Winchester 37
95 W A Williams, Oakland 25
96 G W Woolley, Drain 14
97 G S ledger wood, Myr Crk 10
98 M J Towne, Ruby 17
9 Florence Adams, Oakland 15
100 Aug F Goettsche, Dillard 28
101 Homer Ritchey, Anlauf 31
102 MraJnoCampbell, Gardnr 12
104 W A McCarty, Oakland 32
106 L Dewar, Gardiner 19
107 Mrs W G Krien.l. Olalla 20
108 W F L Wright, Elkton 20
109 Delia McMillan, Hoaglin 9
1 10 J W Swank, Stewart 16
111 PC Brown, Roseburg 26
112 Roy GriVgs, Comstock 48
1 13 Etta Blackwell, Gardiner 12
114 A B Marquam, Tiller 30
115 Wm Spiker, Oakland 13
116 G W Gage, Dillard 40
117 J Weaeele, Gardiner 20
118 J 8 Pyeatt, Oakland 16
119 E E Wilson, Glendale 25
120 J J I tenderer . Elkton 28
122 W H McConley, Oakland 14
123 Morris Weber, Koseburg 12
124 S S Morrison, Peel 19
125 W S Bunch, Ash 14
126 Wm Morris, Oakland 17
127 C B Buchanan, Galesville 15
129 Gilbert Gilbertson.Glendl 30
M 20 !
S6 40 !
Dry Treatam'i Notice.
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.. Oct. 5, 1904.
H. C. Sloccm,
Oar rnarter Oak and
Champion Steel Ranee
are the brt an-1 iwellest
range on the market for
the money . . .- .-
HEATING STOVES COOK STOVES
The cool an man day; and
nichu make a demand for a new
heating stove. ai before too
buy, ee our line and get prices
We hare a line of cook:
Sam that cannot be du
plicated for the price we
ak for them ." .
FARMERS Defer j hay FARM IMPLEMENTS
See our well-selected, up to date stuck ef GENERAL HARDWARE
BEARD & CULVER
FOR CLEANING UP
We will pay the highest cash price for Hides,
green or dry. Pelts .goat skins, furs, iron
brass, copper, lead, zinc, rubber boots fc shoes
Have some splendid bargains in second hand Fnrenitir
ROSEBURG JUNK AND HIDE CO.
ROSEBURG OPERA HOUSE
ROSEBURG ORCHESTRA. RUNACERS
S TUESDAY, OCT. 25 FRANK E. ALLEY
Abstract of Title to Deeded Land.
Papers prepared for filing on Govern
ment Land .
Bine Prints of Township Maps showing
all vacant Lands.
Pilgrim it Elliott's Big Scenic Produc
duction of the great Russian Melo-Drama
With the Veteran Comedian
and the best cast ever in the play
Plans and Estimates for all Build
ings. Special designs for Office Fixtures
Office in new Bank Building. 'Phone 415
N. A. FOSTER & CO.,
Of everv deecrivtion. Farms and Min
l-ainU. Orwon, Washington
The greatest Russian play yet written.
Intense situations '. inruung Cli
maxes ! Startling Effeets ! The
most picturesque and elabo
rate presentation of the
play ever given.
I WOULD IF I WERE YOU
FOR HER SAKE
For the best dental work at most rea
sonable prices, go to Dr. Strange in the
little brick opposite Slocnm's hall.
75, 50, 35
SEATS ON SALE AT
BELL'S CANDY STORE
Drastic Maura Against Mother-in-law.
On Saturday, Oct. 22, Sheriff H. T.
McClallen will close tbe tax roll and
turn the books over to tne county court
which is to convene on Nov. 2. All taxes
not paid by Oct. 22 will then be delin
quent and will be advertised for sale.
This effects property on which one-half
of the taxes haa been paid as well as
that which is all unpaid.
Pink. Or., Oct. 18 Thinking his
mother-in-law, who had gotten up in the
night and waB moving around the house,
wss a burglar, Leonard Foster, a ranch
er living five miles from here, shot and
almost instantly killed her. Foster was
The ladies oftheM.E. church will
hold a chrisanthemum show again this
year and invite the cooperation of the
growers. The exhibition will probably
be held some time during the month
a system of
f I for Lost Vttaltty,
I Stridor. Varlnoesls, Rap tare, Pile
Kidney and Bladder Troubles Sad All
LtiMtMM tma Wfnepeuilrto
Oorrespoodesea confidential. Fee
onnbls. earns gmareatesd or mossy re
funded. Writs tor tree-nag book, sad
blanks. AAdresa K. 0 Holamaa, M. D.,
7W Market St.. Sao rraaclsoo. cai.
So:ic it hereby ri-rtn that the
w. on ;ae sra on- ot arptemoer. . dt j
foonty Curt ot Poogta County, ttafie ot Ote
gon. duiy a;po:3ted as Executor to exeevtetae
wil'. an l administer the estate of Julius A. brow,
deceased. lte ot mid county. All person bav
ins eiainu against said estate, are hereby re
quired to present the same, duiy proven, to me
within six months from the date ci this notice,
:n Roseburg. Otena.
Published fim this lata day ot September.
A. D. ISM.
Executor ot the estate of Julius A brum, de
Louis Banee. Atty. for Executor.
Notice of Guardian.
Notice is hereby eiren that tbe undersigned
bT order of the county court, made and entered
i in the journal of said court on Sfpt. ta.
was appointed guardian of ine person ana es
tate of N. T. Day.
Al'. person having cairns against said estate
are requested to present the same wlth'.n six
imrn1h- from dale of this notice. AU person
indebted to aid estate are requested to make
immediate payment to the undersigned.
I. K SHAMBROOK. guardian.
Dated thia Tth day of Sept. MM.
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